“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.
Kate Foley-Beining performs songs of Joni Mitchell with Christian Foley-Beining on guitar, Tom Hayashi (drums) and Tom Shader (bass). Friday, Sept. 29, 5-8pm at Furthermore Wines, 328A Healdsburg Ave.
Home game for the Healdsburg Hounds at Rec Park on Friday, Sept. 29, 7pm. They face the Berean Christian High School Eagles; $8 for adults.
The Lee Trio appears at The 222 on Friday, Sept. 29, for a classical music program of Beethoven, Brahms and others. Pre-concert discussion at 6:45pm, music begins at 7:30pm. $35-$75, at 222 Healdsburg Ave; information at the222.org/lee-trio.
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.
The regular Saturday Healdsburg Farmers’ Market is Saturday, Sept. 30, from 8:30am-noon at the West Plaza parking lot. The market celebrates local agricultural heritage and is one of the original Certified Farmers Markets in the area.
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 Trevor Kinsel on upright bass and cornet. Performance begins at 7pm on Saturday, Sept. 30, at 222 Healdsburg Ave. Tickets $25-$65 at www.the222.org.
Regular Saturday evening jazz in the Spirit Bar at Hotel Healdsburg. This Saturday, Sept. 30, the Chuck Sher Quartet, with Doug Morton, Morris Acevedo and Bob Blankenship. 6-9pm, 25 Matheson St.
Los Lobos 50th
The celebrated Latin rock band Los Lobos returns to town for its 50th-anniversary concert on Sunday, Oct. 1, in a benefit for Corazón Healdsburg. Opening is Earl Thomas, featuring guitar phenom Anthony Cullins. Doors open at 6pm, show begins at 7pm, Raven Theater, 115 North St. Proceeds support the local nonprofit, tickets available at corazonhealdsburg.org.
City Council Regular Meeting
First meeting of the month of the Healdsburg City Council, Monday, Oct. 2, begins at 6pm. Held at Council Chambers, 401 Grove St., or on facebook.com/watch/cityofhealdsburg.
Good Morning, Healdsburg
Chamber of Commerce monthly update for business and community via Zoom, Tuesday, Oct. 3, 8am. Information at cm.healdsburg.com/events.
The War and Treaty, a genre-busting Southern music duo, appear at Second Story on Thursday, Oct. 5, for an 8pm show. Tickets $50 from Eventbrite at littlesainthealdsburg.com.
Engage with Friends
Friday, Oct. 6, from 5-7pm, a scholarship fundraising event at the Senior Center with “eloquent wines and tasty hors d’oeuvres” to raise funds for classes, excursions and social events regardless of recipients’ income. Tickets $20 in advance sold at the Healdsburg Senior Center, 113 Matheson St.
North Star 2023
Music & Performance Arts workshops at Healdsburg Community Church, Saturday, Oct. 7, from 10am-5:30pm. Area teens learn from mentors in music, dance, poetry and visual arts, with a public presentation at 4:30pm. Free.
Latest deliberations from the city’s influential Planning Commission are Tuesday night, Oct. 10, starting at 6pm. Held at Council Chambers, 401 Grove St.
Blues on Tour
Soul singer Johnny Rawls comes back to Healdsburg on Tuesday, Oct. 10, with his “Chitlin’ Circuit” blues, at Elephant in the Room, 77 Healdsburg Ave. 7-10pm, $10 cover.
Parks and Rec
Latest deliberations from the city’s Parks and Recreation Commission on Wednesday night, Oct. 11, starting at 6pm. Held at Council Chambers, 401 Grove St.
Annual Russian River Rippin’ River Bash fundraiser for russianriverkeeper.org, on Thursday, Oct. 12. Includes music from Steve Pile Band, dinner from Tizsa and live auction. At Ru’s Farm, 670 Bailhache, 5:30-9:30pm.
Wine-tasting event in the Healdsburg Plaza to benefit Sonoma-Marin Boys & Girls Clubs. Saturday, Oct. 14, noon-4pm; tickets $125 per person.
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