Star Wars IV
The first film in the Star Wars series, now titled A New Hope, introduced Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia and Han Solo in its 1977 premiere. It will screen free on Friday, Sept. 15 beginning at 7:30pm at the Healdsburg Plaza, from AVFilm.
Home field opening game for the Healdsburg High football team, Friday, Sept. 15. Opponent is JF Kennedy (Richmond); JV kickoff at 4:30, varsity at 7pm. Recreation Park, University St.
Join in the laughter at Coyote Sonoma on Friday, Sept. 15, from 8-10pm. Guest host Cody Smit welcomes Andrew Holmgren, Steven Asifo and Clara Bijl. $15 presale, $20 at the door, 44 Mill St.
Healdsburg Certified Farmers’ Market on Saturday, Sept. 16, until Dec. 23. Market begins at 8:30am, open till noon at West Plaza Park. More information at healdsburgfarmersmarket.org.
The 37th Annual Russian River Watershed Cleanup Day, Saturday, Sept. 16, from 10am-noon, offers opportunities for volunteers to help the health of river parks, future trails and riparian habitat needed for healthy ecosystems, from Ukiah to Monte Rio. Volunteer signups at russianriverkeeper.org/rrwcd.
Jazz at the Hotel
Jazz returns to the Hotel Healdsburg’s Spirit Bar, weekly on Saturdays from 6-9pm. On Sept. 16, the Randy Vincent Trio with Chris Amberger and Noel Jewkes play the Four Bs: Blues, Bossas, Bebop and Ballads. Hotel Healdsburg, 25 Matheson St., 6-9pm, no cover.
John Mason, Mr. December, Coyotes on Peyote, and James Jackson and the Dream team, all at The Elephant in the Room on Saturday, Sept. 16. Starts at 4pm, goes to midnight, $20 presale, $25 at the door. 77 Healdsburg Ave. or elephantintheroompub.com.
The Earth Wind and Fire tribute band Kalimba, with a full horn and rhythm section to reproduce the grooves of the Grammy-winning band, plays Saturday, Sept. 16 at the Raven Theater. Tickets from $35-$75 at raventheater.org.
On Sunday, Sept. 17, Alexander Valley resident David Hatt will play selections by the German composer Max Reger, plus J.S. Bach, Rick Cox, David N. Johnson and his own work on the pipe organ at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 209 Matheson St. Free, 5pm.
Healdsburg’s City Council meets Monday, Sept 18, starting at 6pm, 401 Grove St. Agenda published at www.healdsburg.gov/543/Agendas-Minutes. Among the topics is expected to be the 2018 Hotel Ordinance, which may need to be re-approved. Attend in person or view live at www.facebook.com/watch/cityofhealdsburg/.
The Healdsburg Certified Farmers’ Market continues weekly until Sept. 26. Tuesdays from 9am to 12:30pm, at Healdsburg Plaza. More information at healdsburgfarmersmarket.org.
First session of the Teen Acting Class is Wednesday, Sept. 20. The class is free and open to teens 14 and over, with a maximum class size of 16 students. For information, see raventheater.org/teenacting.
Thursday, Sept. 21 at Second Story finds Sofia Talvik playing her Americana-folk tunes at 5:45pm, free. Upstairs at Little Saint, 25 North St.
The City of Healdsburg will conduct a two-hour clean-up of Foss Creek, between 9 and 11am on Saturday, Sept. 23. Volunteers will receive breakfast and lunch, plus a commemorative t-shirt. Meet at the Healdsburg Community Center at 8:30 for breakfast, supplied by Rotary Club of Healdsburg Sunrise.
The local chapter of Slow Food USA, Slow Food Sonoma County North, will hold their bi-annual dinner on Saturday, Sept. 23, from 6-9 at The Barn at Foss Vineyard, 6475 Starr Rd., Windsor. Tickets $75-$85 and information at slowfoodsonomacountynorth.org.
Songs of Latin American Women, featuring award-winning Mexican vocalist Magos Herrera with percussionist Luis Quintero, pianist Edward Simon, drummer Adam Cruz and Jeff Denson on bass. Saturday, Sept. 23, 8:30pm at The 222, tickets $35 to $75 (under 18 free with student ID). 222 Healdsburg Ave.
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