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 or



Food + Wine Dinner April at Trione Winery

Trione Winery
6-9 p.m.

Join us for an intimate evening hosted by Denise Trione Hicks & Kris Hicks! We will begin in the tasting room with a wine reception and then head to the communal dining table where you will be treated like a king or queen and pampered with incredible food and wine. Indulge in a delicious, market inspired, garden fresh, dinner prepared by Peloton Culinary. Sip on Scot’s award winning wines; sample some new favorites and enjoy some library wines that were cellared and held back just for these dinners! This is an upscale farm-to-table dinner with a plated first course, family-style main courses, and a plated dessert – all paired with Trione wines made from our estate vineyards. After the dinner, we will end in the tasting room with a special wine to finish the evening off right.
Dinners begin at 6PM and end 9PM. Come, bring your friends, enjoy great wine, food, and good company!
Seating is limited to 40 people. $85 for wine club members and $125 for general public. Purchase your tickets.
Cost includes food, wine pairings, tax, and gratuity.
other dates; 5/2, 6/27, 8/15, 10/11




Four Elements Festival on the Plaza

Healdsburg Plaza
1-5 p.m.

A street festival in beautiful downtown Healdsburg Plaza. Healdsburg Center for the Arts is honoring the four elements; Earth, Air, Water and Fire. There will be entertainment, interactive art projects, information booths and displays. Fun for the whole family!



Passport to Dry Creek Valley

Dry Creek Valley-Various Wineries

Don’t Miss Out On Passport to Dry Creek Valley 2020!
We’re celebrating 31 years of Dry Creek Valley – Sonoma Wine Country on April 25 & 26.
Join us on a festive journey to discover what goes into every bottle of Dry Creek Valley wine.
37 of our Dry Creek Valley wineries are coming together to share their passion with you and this year
at Passport, there’s more ways than ever to do so.
The Weekend:
When you purchase your Passport ticket you’ll first select whether you want a 2-Day Passport or a Sunday Only ticket. Next you’ll select a “Check-In” winery. This is where you’ll receive your wine glass, Passport booklet, wristband for the entire weekend. 2-Day Passports only need to check-in once on Saturday. After that, you’re free to explore any of the 35+ participating Passport wineries in Dry Creek Valley. We strongly recommend planning out your routes ahead using our Itinerary Planner to maximize the fun over your weekend! Each winery has their own unique Passport style, truly something for everyone.
2-Day Passports: $150 (plus sales tax & ticketing fees)
Sunday Only Passports: $92.50 (plus sales tax & ticketing fees)
If you have a group larger than 6, we recommend contacting Debbie (707-433-3031) prior to February 1st.
Adding on to Passport Weekend:
This year we are offering a variety of Friday activities if you are in the area. During the day we are hosting a series of Prelude Lunches and in the evening, the exclusive Vintage Soiree.
If you’re interested in getting out in the vineyards, book a vineyard tour for Saturday or Sunday morning. We offer Classic Vineyard Tours over Passport weekend – all beautiful and educational, and yes, there will be wine!
Be sure to check out our newest addition to Passport weekend, Uncorked! At these intimate experiences, Passport wineries take you behind the scene for educational opportunities about wine, terroir, winegrowing practices, food pairings and more at various times throughout Passport weekend. Spaces are limited.
For the Designated Driver in your group, we offer single day tickets ($50 per day) so they can enjoy the fun and the food of Passport in a responsible way.




AAUW Healdsburg Homes Tour


Vintage Style Meets Modern Living
It’s time for the annual Healdsburg Homes Tour. We have five intriguing homes
and cottages, giving us a glimpse into where Healdsburg has been and where it’s
going. Properties include new homes built for today’s living, and vintage cottages
repurposed as a small local hotel. All of the properties are in the downtown area,
near the Healdsburg Museum, 221 Matheson Street, where the tour begins.
Tour check in: 9:30 am - 3:00 pm
Healdsburg Museum, 221 Matheson Street
Homes open 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Tickets are $45 in advance



Mother's Day Weekend at Russian River Rose Garden

Russian River Rose Company
10 AM - 5 PM

We welcome you and your family to enjoy the sights and fragrances of our garden, at full bloom, on the eve and Day of Mother's Day. So much to see and enjoy!
Visit our nursery and perhaps select a rose-y gift for Mom- A gorgeous rose she'll treasure & enjoy year-round, rose water or Gift Certificate for future pleasure. Complementary Self-Guided Tour Maps.
Garden and NURSERY OPEN 10-5. $2-$4 Donation
No picnics or pets please.




Spring Vineyard Hike at Jordan Winery

Jordan Winery
9:45 a.m.-2 p.m.

Experience some of the best views in wine country with a hike across the beautiful Jordan Estate, home to Jordan Winery. Your guided journey begins with a pre-hike snack at the Winery Chateau before starting the four-mile Sonoma hike, which begins and ends at the winery and traverses hills and valleys with an elevation change of about 300 feet. This moderate hiking excursion will pass through woods, meadows and sustainably farmed vineyards before a break at Jordan Vista Point, the highest hilltop of this peaceful 1,200-acre ranch, boasting a sweeping panorama of multiple wine regions and mountain ranges. Then descend into the olive orchards and make your way around the lake and cattle pasture to reach the chef’s garden and apiary. The experience culminates on the winery terrace for a charcuterie picnic and wine tasting of Jordan Chardonnay and Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon. It's a relaxing wine country adventure for outdoor lovers.
Vineyard Hikes are also available April 17, April 18, May 16, October 15 and October 16.




22nd Annual Healdsburg Jazz Festival

Various Locations

Healdsburg Jazz Festival enjoys a national reputation for artistic excellence, hosting internationally acclaimed jazz musicians, showcasing the area’s foremost jazz performers and nurturing new talent.Email:




Brunch in the Vineyard at Enriquez Wines

Enriquez Wines
11 a.m.-1 p.m.

We are excited to announce our second annual Brunch in the Vineyard series! We have partnered with some amazing local chefs who will be doing live cooking demonstrations of some of your favorite guilty pleasure brunch items. Relax in the vineyard with our award winning Enriquez Estate Wines and talented live musicians.
Last Sunday of the month, April-September, 11:00am-1:00pm. More details coming soon.




7 course Wine & Food Exploration at Comstock Winery

Comstock Wines
12-3 p.m.

Join us as Winemaker Chris Russi and winery Executive Chef Jude Affronti team up to create an unforgettable and unparalleled culinary experience. Explore the tastes and terroir of Sonoma County as you indulge in each of the seven courses highlighting our local bounty paired with exceptional Comstock Wines.
check website for other food & wine experiences




The Great Gatsby: Summer Gin Soirée at Young & Yonder

Young and Yonder Distillery

Kick up your heels for a roaring, summer evening soirée with North County artisan distillers Young & Yonder Spirits, Sipsong Spirits and Alley 6 Craft Distillery, complemented by “the party in the pan” Yay!Paella. Join the crew for specialty, handcrafted gin cocktails - gin rickeys, for sure! - paired with a paella dinner! This is a guaranteed good time for all on Friday, June 12th, 2020, at 6PM.




46th Annual Fitch Mountain Footrace

Healdsburg Running Co.

The Healdsburg Kiwanis Memorial Scholarship Fund, in association with Kiwanis Club of Healdsburg, is proud to announce the 46th running of the Fitch Mountain Footrace. The purpose of this annual family event is to raise scholarship money to fund college scholarships for our local high school seniors. Each year over $10,000 in scholarships is awarded to our local kids. This event not only benefits the students of our community, but it also a great time for people to gather for some fun morning activities with the family.
The run takes place in the Heart of Sonoma County's Wine Country; Healdsburg. Both the 10K and 3K courses begin and end at the Historic Healdsburg Downtown Plaza. Come and enjoy a day in the wine country with great restaurants, world class wineries, and the beautiful Russian River. The 10K course travels through quaint neighborhoods and then out around the challenging Fitch Mountain along the Russian River, finally ending back downtown. The 3K course is an in-town loop, and is fairly flat; perfect for run/walkers, and families with young kids and/or dogs.




Healdsburg Fireworks

Healdsburg High School

Located on the baseball field at the Healdsburg High School, About a 20 min walk from the Hotel. Bring a blanket or chair to sit and enjoy Healdsburg Amazing Fireworks put on by the American Legion.




Taste of Sonoma

Green Music Center 1801 E. Cotati Ave Rohnert Park, CA 94928

Nestled in the picturesque foothills of Sonoma County’s esteemed wine country, the Green Music Center at Sonoma State University offers an exciting new location for an event where Sonoma County’s top winemakers, growers and chefs come together to celebrate the region’s finest wine and food.
At Taste of Sonoma at Green Music Center at Sonoma State University you’ll taste your way through a microcosm of Sonoma County’s most incredible flavors. Over 200 wineries pour literally thousands of wines. Over 60 local chefs concoct their most perfect pairings. All set within the backdrop of musical inspiration.
Plus, you’re invited to experience seminars and demonstrations that cover a wide range of topics from terroir to technique, as well as chef’s tips and tricks. Taste of Sonoma is THE wine event of the year, and it promises a weekend filled with fabulous wine, food and fun. Saturday, gates are open from 12pm to 4pm. Club Reserve ticket holders receive exclusive VIP access to Taste of Sonoma on Saturday from 11:00am – 12:00pm, before the event opens to the general public.




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.
Come celebrate the harvest with us. Enjoy our world-class wines, paired with locally grown produce, showcasing our farmers and producers.
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.
All Wine Road events are for adults only. No One under the age of 21 is allowed to attend Barrel Tasting – including no babies or children of any age.