Area Events

Healdsburg is a lively place with so much going on that there is a great event almost every weekend and many mid-week too! From special wine dinners to music festivals or cooking classes – there are many special experiences to be had. We’ve highlighted a few below and there are many more you can find by going to wineroad.com or healdsburg.com

Now until

Nov
11

Healdsburg’s Architectural Heritage Exhibit

Healdsburg Museum
11am-4pm

The Museum’s latest exhibition is Healdsburg’s Architectural Heritage. The exhibition presents the evolution of local architecture from the adobe dwellings and pioneer cabins of the Rancho era to the more contemporary styles. Healdsburg’s residential development has included Greek Revival, Gothic Revival, Italianate, Queen Anne, Craftsman, and Neoclassic buildings, many of which still survive today.
Scale models of architectural styles, built by talented woodworker Jon Lacaillade, are displayed along with historic and current photographs. Also featured are some of Healdsburg's notable lost buildings, particularly our lost gem, the City Hall built in 1886.
For more than 20 years, the Healdsburg Museum and Historical Society has honored many deserving local buildings with Historic Preservation Awards. The exhibition highlights these historic architectural treasures, and the defining elements that characterize them.
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

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Now until

Oct
13

Geyser Peak Winery's 2018 Summer Concert Series

Geyser Peak Winery
12:30-3pm

Geyser Peak Winery’s 2018 Summer Concert Series kicks off with Petty Theft on Saturday, June 16th from 12:30 to 3:00pm. Bring a picnic lunch, buy a bottle of wine, and dance to the Bay Area’s premier Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers tribute band. Guests are welcome to bring their own lawn chairs, blankets, and beach umbrellas to enjoy the music from our beautiful Tasting Room lawn or deck. Snacks and food will be available for purchase from the Meatball Factory.
$10.00 per person admittance; Club members and one guest complimentary.
Pay at the door. First come, first served - no advance reservations.
Save the date for these upcoming shows! Geyser Peak Winery’s Saturday Summer Concert Series also includes these great performances:
July 14th: Fleetwood Mask – Fleetwood Mac Tribute Band
August 11th: Volker Strifler - Blues, Roots, Rock, Jazz, and Latin Rhythms
Sept 8th: Joel the Band - Billy Joel Tribute Band
Oct 13th: Sonoma Goods Band – Original and Classic Rock – LAST CONCERT IS FREE!

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Now until

Aug
28

Tuesday in the Plaza Concert Series

Town Plaza
6-8pm

Free summer concert every Tuesday through August in the Healdsburg Plaza!
2018 Concert Line-Up
July 10: Twang Ditty (Simple Honest Country)
July 17: Shana Morrison & Caledonia (Pop/Rock/R&B)
July 24: Danny Click & The Hell Yeahs (Country Rock)
July 31: Beausoleil avec Michael Doucet (Cajun)
August 7: Dirty Red Barn (Americana)
August 14: Celebration of Latino Art & Music
August 21: Royal Jelly Jive (Soul-Jive/Gypsy Blues)
August 28: Petty Theft (Tom Petty Tribute)
Concert Food Vendors, 5:00pm - 8:00pm
The Wurst
Chalk Hill Cookery
Lola's Market
Amy’s Wicked Slush
Healdsburger
Mountain Mike's Pizza


Nov
0304

2018 Wine & Food Affair

Various Wineries
11am-4pm

Tickets Go On Sale For 2018 Wine & Food Affair on September 1, 2018
Wine & Food Affair ~ Tasting Along the Wine Road is the premier event for Wine Road – Northern Sonoma County!
Join us for a weekend of wine and food pairing in the Alexander, Dry Creek and Russian River Valleys. All of the wineries participating will have a favorite winery recipe available online, which they will prepare both days for you to sample, along with the perfect wine.
Ticket holders will receive their tasting glass and wristband upon check-in.
Winemaker Breakfast and Q & A on Saturday November 3rd from 9am – 10:30am Tickets must be purchased for this added event during registration. Join winemakers for a casual morning of Q & A, along with a breakfast before heading out to Wine & Food Affair. This is an open forum for guests to meet and chat with winemakers in a casual breakfast setting with Q & A. This is not a wine tasting experience, simply breakfast and conversation.
All Wine Road events are for adults only… NO ONE under the age of 21 is allowed to attend Wine & Food Affair -including no babies or children of any age.

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