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December 8, 2023

Healdsburg Happenings, Sept. 21

Goings on around the town

Dad Country
Thursday, Sept. 21, at Second Story finds Sofia Talvik playing her Americana-folk tunes at 5:45pm, free. She’s performed from Lollapalooza to SxSW, and now upstairs at Little Saint, 25 North St.

Prisoner of the Blues
From the yard to the ’burg: guitarist Max Cabello Jr., who made a big impression playing the blues at San Quentin in 2018, comes to the Elephant in the Room on Friday, Sept. 22, starting at 8pm. $10 cover, available at the door.

Short Films
Return of the Healdsburg International Short Film Festival, two separate screenings at 2pm and 7:30, both at the Raven Theater, 115 North St. Proceeds benefit the Raven Education Program, which is offering a teen acting class this fall.

Casual Quartet
Furthermore Wines hosts guitarist Carlos Pereira with Sebastian Link (bass), Kendrick Freeman (drums), plus guest artist Gabriel Alexander Pereira on piano and cello. 5-8pm, Saturday Sept. 23, at 328A Healdsburg Ave., no cover.

Jazz at the Hotel
Jazz returns to the Hotel Healdsburg’s Spirit Bar, weekly on Saturdays from 6-9pm. On Sept. 23, Susan Sutton on piano with Cary Black (bass) and Kevin Dillon (drums) play a special mix of original music and treasured standards. Hotel Healdsburg, 25 Matheson St., 6-9pm, no cover.

Tuesday Market
The final Tuesday Market of the year is this Tuesday, Sept. 26, at the Healdsburg Plaza, from 9am to 12:30pm. The Healdsburg Certified Farmers’ Market continues its Saturday “souk” at West Plaza Park until Dec. 23, from 8:30am to noon. More information at healdsburgfarmersmarket.org.

Creek Cleanup
The City of Healdsburg will conduct a two-hour clean-up of Foss Creek from 9-11am 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.

Slow Food
The local chapter of Slow Food USA, Slow Food Sonoma County North, will hold its bi-annual dinner on Saturday, Sept. 23, from 6-9pm 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.

Healdsburg Jazz
Appearing on Monday, Sept. 25, in a Healdsburg Jazz concert is the Sullivan Fortner Trio, just one day after their Sunday performance at this year’s Monterey Jazz Festival.

Senior Commission
The monthly Senior Citizens Advisory Commission meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 27, to be held in Council Chambers at 401 Grove St. at 4pm. The commission serves as an advocate for Healdsburg’s older adult residents.

Design Dialog
‘Holding Sustainable Development Accountable’ is the title of the Thursday, Sept. 28, discussion at CraftWork. Architects of Silver Oak, Harmon House and Enso Village interact, with refreshments. 445 Center St., 5:30pm.

In Da House
House music and magic dancing at Coyote Sonoma on Friday, Sept. 29, 8pm. $5 cover. 44f Mill St.

Joni Situation
Kate Foley-Beining performs as the Joni Mitchell Situation with Christian Foley-Beining on guitar, Tom Hayashi (drums) and Tom Shader (bass). Friday, Sept. 29, 5-8pm at Furthermore Wines, 328A Healdsburg Ave.

Penny Lane
A multimedia stage show called “Stroll Down Penny Lane” brings Paul McCartney’s music to life through video, animation and live performance of some 25 of his songs, from the Beatles to today. Two nights, Friday and Saturday, Sept. 29-30 at the Raven, 115 North St. Tickets $45, showtime 7:30pm.

Lady Day
Vocalist Stella Heath presents The Billie Holiday Project, a Community Artist Showcase from The 222. The musicians include pianist Neil Fontano, reed man Robby Elfman, Spike Klein on drums and multi-instrumentalist Trevor Kinsel on upright bass and cornet. Performance begins 7pm on Saturday, Sept. 30, at 222 Healdsburg Ave. Tickets $25-$65 at www.the222.org.

Corazón Benefit
The celebrated rock band Los Lobos returns to town on Sunday, Oct. 1, in a benefit concert for Corazón Healdsburg. Opening is Earl Thomas, featuring guitar phenom Anthony Cullins. Doors open at 6, show begins at 7pm, Raven Theater, 115 North St. Proceeds support the local nonprofit, tickets available at corazonhealdsburg.org.

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