Healdsburg Farmer's Market, Wednesdays and Saturday seasonally
Where farmers truck their fresh, seasonal, and sustainably grown produce to town from farms mostly within 10 miles of the Healdsburg Plaza in Healdsburg, CA. A wide variety of fruits and vegetables are available as well as cheese, honey, olive oil, bread, wild fish, pasture-finished meat, and fresh eggs. The Saturday Market takes place from the first Saturday in May to the end of November. The opening cow bell rings at 9 AM and the market ends at Noon. You can find us one block west of the Plaza, on Foss Creek. The Wednesday Market takes place from the first Wednesday in June through October, at the Plaza on Plaza Street,between Healdsburg Avenue and Center Street. It begins at 4 PM and ends at 6:30 pm.
Tuesdays in the Plaza Summer Concerts, May - August, 2013, 6-8 pm
We invite you to meet your friends and family at Plaza Park on Tuesday evenings to enjoy an outstanding line-up of performers. Our food vendors have something for everyone: pizza, salads, sandwiches, tamales, burgers, fries, sausages and desserts.
Schultz Celebrity Golf Classic, June 4, 2013
The Schulz Celebrity Golf Classic is one-day Celebrity Golf Tournament, Dinner and Auction located in the heart of the wine country, at the exclusive Mayacama Golf Club. Golf followed by a lively dinner and auction, great wines, and not to be missed entertainment! This event has raised nearly $2,000,000 for our five select children’s charities in Sonoma County, which make up Sonoma County Children’s Charities.
Healdsburg Jazz Festival, June, 2013
The Healdsburg Jazz Festival is a celebration of the indigenous American art form known as Jazz. Over the past decade-plus, the Healdsburg Jazz Festival has become a favorite local tradition with a growing national reputation. This 10-day festival of public performances by world-renowned musicians in diverse settings, including the historic Raven Theater, the glamorous Hotel Healdsburg, and several boutique restaurants and wineries, has grown into one of the North Bay’s most celebrated annual musical events.
Russian River Valley Passport to Pinot, June 8-9, 2013
The Russian River Valley Passport to Pinot weekend offers ticket holders exclusive experiences throughout the weekend at participating wineries. Pinot is the focus, but each winery will also be offering unique offerings.
Harvest Bike Tour, July, 2013
Healdsburg's annual bike tour as we pedal through the soul of Sonoma County Wine Country.
Considered one of "The 7 Greatest Rides on Earth"alongside the likes of Tuscany, Crested Butte, & Moab by Bicycling Magazine.
Taste of the Valley and Grand Opening Celebration, May 2013
An hour north of the Golden Gate Bridge lies the Alexander Valley, the perfect blend of charm, sophistication, and the easy confidence of people (and grapes) comfortable in their own skin. If Mother Nature were a winemaker, this is where she would live. Located at the northern end of Sonoma County, the Alexander Valley is 22 miles long and varies in width from two to seven miles. The valley is best known for the world-famous Cabernet Sauvignon grapes that thrive from the valley floor all the way up the rolling hillsides and mountain ridges. The gravelly loam soils straddling the river also encourage Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and Merlot to flourish. Alexander Valley is also home to Zinfandel and Rhone varieties, including Syrah and Viognier .The annual Taste Alexander Valley is the major event produced each year by the Alexander Valley Winegrowers Association.