HONKY TONKIN' The Bastard Sons of Johnny Cash bring their alt-country show to the Elephant in the Room on Labor Day, Sept. 4.

Access Alexander Valley
Friday, Sept. 1 brings a regional wine celebration at the new ACTA Wine, 7505 Highway 128/Alexander Valley Road. $150 ticket includes all-access pass to 15+ wineries, winemaking demonstrations, barrel tastings, artisanal food and music from the Pitchforks. 5-8pm; tickets and information at alexandervalley.org.

Arts Exhibit
“Bounty,” described as the reward for a well-nurtured garden or a well-nurtured life, is the theme of the current event at Healdsburg Center for the Arts, ending Sept. 3. The community gallery is located at 334 Center St., open 11am-5pm daily, till 6pm on Friday and Saturday, closed Tuesday.

Friday Night Live

Cloverdale’s weekly summer series concludes this week with La Gentes SF, which claims a unique blend of world music, cumbia, reggae, salsa, hip-hop and reggaeton. It’s Friday, Sept. 1. Street fair 6pm, music 7-9pm in downtown Cloverdale. Free.

Coyote Sonoma is the venue for ’60s-era covers band Revolver, a trio that somehow recreates the great songs of radio rock’s classic era. Table reservation $10, SRO no cover; Sept. 1, 6-8:30pm at 44f Mill St. More information at coyotesonoma.com.

Farmers’ Market
Saturday Healdsburg Certified Farmers’ Market on Saturday, Sept. 2. Market begins at 8:30am, open till noon at West Plaza Park.

Labor Day
City of Healdsburg offices will be closed Sept. 4 for the holiday, as will Sonoma County offices, public schools, banks and similar businesses, including the DMV. Recology will not pick up household waste on this day, and will shift their schedule one day forward. 

Monday Music
It’s not just for weekends anymore: The Elephant in the Room hosts the return of the Bastard Sons of Johnny Cash, with special guest Paul Riley, on Monday, Sept. 4, 7-10pm. Cover $10, at 77 Healdsburg Ave. or elephantintheroompub.com.

Tuesday Market
The Healdsburg Certified Farmers’ Market continues on Sept. 5 and for the rest of the month, until Sept. 26. From 9am to 12:30pm, at Healdsburg Plaza. More information at healdsburgfarmersmarket.org.

City Council
The Healdsburg City Council meets on Tuesday, Sept. 5, due to the Labor Day holiday. Meeting is at 6pm, at Council Chambers, 401 Grove St. Attend in person or live on Facebook at facebook.com/watch/cityofhealdsburg.

Second Story
Mikayla McVey makes her Little Saint debut with songs from Time Turns Everything, her first full-length LP. She plays the Second Story stage on Thursday, Sept. 7. It’s upstairs at Little Saint, 25 North St., 7-9pm.

Broadway in the Vines
“Bottles & Broadway” on Saturday, Sept. 9 at La Crema Winery features Broadway actor Jay Armstrong Johnson. It’s the first in a new series at La Crema from three Sonoma County-based arts companies. Show time is from 3-6pm, tickets $60, at La Crema, 3575 Slusser Rd., Windsor.

Jazz at the Hotel
Jazz returns to the Hotel Healdsburg’s Spirit Bar, weekly on Saturdays from 6-9pm. On Sept. 9, the Blue 7 Sextet plays classic jazz from the greats, including Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Jobim and others. Hotel Healdsburg, 25 Matheson St., no cover.

Literary Arts
Georgina Marie Guardado and Linda Noel open this year’s Indigenous Voices Series with readings at The 222 on Sunday, Sept. 10 at 7pm. Tickets $20 at the222.org, 222 Healdsburg Ave.

Missing Women
The Absence, a play by Native American playwrights Neva Hutchinson, Clint McKay and Jack Kohler, confronts the missing Indigenous women’s crisis in the U.S. A ScripTease reading followed by a discussion with the writers at the Raven Performing Arts Theater, Monday, Sept. 11 at 7pm, free. 115 North St.

Healdsburg Museum
The current exhibit at the Healdsburg Museum, “We Are Not Strangers Here: African-American Histories in California and Healdsburg,” continues Wednesdays through Sundays, from 11am to 4pm. The museum is located at 221 Matheson St. Admission is free; donations are welcome.Post events on the Tribune’s online calendar at healdsburgtribune.com/calendar, and send special announcements to [email protected].

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