SCREEN DREAMS The classic science-fiction adventure film “Star Wars: A New Hope” will be shown outdoors at the Healdsburg Plaza on Friday, Sept. 15, free. (Photo by Cynthia Glassell)

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.

Farmers’ Market
Healdsburg Certified Farmers’ Market on Saturday, Sept. 9, until Dec. 23. Market begins at 8:30am, open till noon at West Plaza Park. More information at

Golf Tournament
The annual Drew Esquivel Memorial golf tournament, presented by Rotary Club of Healdsburg Sunrise, will be held Saturday, Sept. 9, from 8am-2pm at Tayman Park, 927 South Fitch Mountain Rd. $200 includes golf, swag, breakfast and lunch; $75 lunch only. Call 707-433-4275 or email Diane at [email protected].

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 performance 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.

Elephant Music
Local electric blues master Volker Strifler comes to The Elephant in the Room on Saturday, Sept. 9, at 8pm, $20. 77 Healdsburg Ave. or

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, 222 Healdsburg Ave.

Missing Women
Two free events this weekend at the Raven Theater deal with the outbreak of missing Native American women in the United States. On Sunday, Sept. 10 the film, Gift of Fear, screens at 7pm. On Monday, Sept. 11, again at 7pm, the play, The Absence, confronts the missing Indigenous women’s crisis in the U.S. Both at the Raven Performing Arts Theater, 115 North St. Donations accepted for the National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center.

Tuesday Market
The Healdsburg Certified Farmers’ Market continues weekly until Sept. 26. Tuesdays from 9am to 12:30pm, at Healdsburg Plaza. More information at

Hazardous Waste
Zero Waste Sonoma holds a  Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Collection Event on Tuesday, Sept. 12, from 4-8pm. Event location will be emailed with appointment confirmation. Appointments at

Planning Commission
The commission will hold a regular meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 12, starting at 6pm at Council Chambers, 401 Grove St. Agenda posted at

Teen Actors
An informational meeting will be held at the Raven Theater on Wednesday, Sept. 13, 3:15pm, to explain the upcoming Teen Acting Class, which will begin on Sept. 20 and meet weekly through Dec. 15. High school students from Healdsburg, as well as Geyserville and Windsor, are welcome to attend. The class is free and open to teens 14 and over, with a maximum class size of 16 students. For information, see

Parks and Rec
The city’s Parks and Recreation Commission will hold a regular meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 13, starting at 6pm at Council Chambers, 401 Grove St. Agenda posted at

Peter & Albert
Pop music icons Peter Asher (of Peter and Gordon) and Albert Lee (of The Everly Brothers Band) pair their talents with vocal harmony, guitar technique and grand reminiscence. Raven Theater, 115 North St., on Thursday, Sept. 14 at 8pm.

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.

The Earth Wind and Fire tribute band Kalimba, with a full horn and rhythm section to accurately reproduce the grooves of the Grammy-winning band, plays Saturday, Sept. 16 at the Raven Theater. Tickets from $35-$75 at

Path of the Panther
On Tuesday, Sept. 12, in collaboration with Sonoma Land Trust and Little Saint, The Redford Center hosts a free public screening of Path of the Panther about the Florida panther, a vision of what could be again. Screens at Little Saint, 25 North St., at 6:30pm. Admission by donation.

Watershed Cleanup
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

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