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

Dec
18

Saturday Healdsburg Certified Farmers’ Market

WEST PLAZA PARKING LOT (one block off the Plaza)
SATURDAYS 8:30am-12pm

Founded in 1978, the Healdsburg Certified Farmers’ Market is one of the original twenty-two Certified Farmers’ Markets in California. We are a mutual benefit, non-profit organization, owned and operated by the farmers and vendors of the market.
Featuring a wide variety of fruits and vegetables, as well as flowers, cheeses, honey, olive oil, bread, wild fish, pasture-finished meat, and fresh eggs, the market celebrates the agricultural heritage of this beautiful area. We also have delicious cooked food, packaged food product and beautiful handmade craft.
The market has several special events, for fun, and to raise awareness of seasonal produce. Don’t miss the hilarious Zucchini races, and the great Pumpkin Festival carving contests. Cooking demos, live music and more will happen as the season progresses.
We hope if you live in Healdsburg you will come visit us often, and if you are in town for vacation or business, make us part of your travel plans. Come have a delicious and nutritious experience at our wonderful Farmers’ Markets!
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Now until

Dec
12

Sunday Windsor Certified Farmers Market

701 McClelland Dr. at Market St.
10 – 1 pm

Located on the Windsor Town Green in Old Downtown Windsor 10 minutes from Downtown Healdsburg
Windsor Farmers Market searches for the freshest selection of fruits and vegetables from across Northern California. Sonoma County farmers get first priority, but sometimes the freshest asparagus or the largest peaches come from small farmers who grow in the Sacramento Valley or as far as Modesto. All farmers are certified to grow the produce they sell with the California Ag Commissioners Office. What does that mean? That means the Ag Commissioner issues a Certified Producers Certificate to each farmer who applies. These certificates will be hung in each farmers Market stall and they list all the produce that is growing on their farm. The Ag Dept. approves each list by visiting the farm and the Market booth to make sure they find the produce listed on certificate growing at the farm.

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Now until

Dec
24

Friday Evening Wine & Song

Hudson Street Wineries
FRIDAYS 5-9pm

Friday Evening Wine & Song is an ongoing music series starting July 16th that takes place every Friday night from 5:00 - 8:00 PM at Hudson Street Wineries at Old Roma Station (where the river meets the tracks) in Healdsburg, featuring local bands and musicians offering a variety of musical genres from Bluegrass to Jazz to Rhythm Blues, Rock & Roll and more.

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Now until

Jan
02

Art Exhibit: Give Joy

Upstairs Art Gallery
11am-6pm

Sonoma County artists, Nancy Gray, Michelle Hoting, Victoria Kochergin, Laura Roney, Donna Schaffer, Jo Tobin-Charleston, Tosya Shore, Ron Sumner, present Give Joy, an exhibit in salute to the season. Gallery artists offer a variety of interpretations of the theme – joy in the beauty of flowers: Schaffer’s ”Penstemon,” Kochergin’s “ Red Amaryllis,” Nancy Gray’s sunny yellow roses; Roney’s “Fall Color,” a peaceful forest scene; Sumner’s love of pets, Tobin-Charleston’s joyful colorful jewelry or the exquisitely intricate silver “Autumn Oak Necklace”, created by Hoting. For those lucky enough to be on a special gift list, any of these would create joy – both for the giver and the giftee. What better joy that an original work of art created by a local artist.

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Dec
0418

Breakfast with Santa

Costeaux French Bakery
Saturday Dec. 4th, 11th & 18th 7:30am-2:30pm

Children near and far are invited to meet Santa Claus during the Breakfast with Santa Program at Costeaux French Bakery. The program, available every Saturday in December except Christmas day, includes a digital photo with Santa Claus. Showcasing pieces from around the world, the infamous nutcracker collection will adorn the walls of the Healdsburg location, established in 1923. Guests are encouraged to enjoy the season and facilitate holiday planning during their visits as well.

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Jan
1516

Winter WINEland

Join us for a glorious weekend along Wine Road – Northern Sonoma County as we celebrate Winter WINEland.
This is a long-overdue chance to get out and meet winemakers, taste limited production wines and new releases. Enjoy the beauty of Sonoma County and treat yourself to a relaxed, personalized tasting experience. Restock your wine collection, join some wine clubs, and take the opportunity to taste wines you may have never even heard of before. Make it a weekend of discovery!
Please be advised – SEATING IS VERY LIMITED, YOU NEED TO BOOK YOUR RESERVATIONS WHEN YOU PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS. NO GROUPS OVER 6 PEOPLE ALLOWED.
We are limiting access due to the reservations required and limited seating at each winery.
Attendees will have the opportunity to sample 3 wines at each winery they visit.
This is not a food pairing event, it is an opportunity to sample wine, meet owners and winemakers, reconnect with your favorites and explore some new treasures.
Winter WINEland is for those 21 and older.
Tickets will go on sale December 9, 2021 (9:00am)
Tickets: $120 Weekend, $70 Saturday Only, $60 Sunday Only, $10 Designated Driver Weekend, $5 Designated Driver Sat or Sun only.

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