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Ken Barber is one of the newest hoteliers in Healdsburg. Only he’s not running a hotel—at least not in the traditional sense. Instead, Barber’s place offers glamping, also known as high-end camping. The property, dubbed Wildhaven, is located on Highway 128 just before the highway crosses the Russian River near Soda Rock Road.

If you’ve ever marveled at a floral arrangement around Healdsburg, you’re likely familiar with the artistry of the team at Dragonfly Floral. Brilliant colors. Exotic shapes. Vibrant greens. These are the hallmarks of a typical Dragonfly arrangement.

Healdsburg’s next iconic restaurant will be a new concept in a familiar spot—a spot where many locals have fond memories of coming together over good food and bocce.

The duo behind Maison Smith, Healdsburg’s newest home store that offers interior design, knows a lot about designing beautiful homes. Janen Smith, whose surname is part of the brand, has a knack for sourcing unique pieces from all over the world.

Famous golf instructor Hank Haney, who coached both Tiger Woods and Mark O’Meara, has nothing on local golf educator Amanda Beeler. Beeler, who has lived in Healdsburg for nearly 20 years, is beloved throughout Sonoma County.

Transformation is a key part of a person’s fitness journey, so it’s fitting that Catherine Ziegler has evolved her local fitness studio to offer something for just about everyone in town.

A long-time Bay Area and wine country resident has joined the Mill District sales team with a promise to lean into the deep and rich history of northern Sonoma County and everything it has to offer.

There aren’t many in the Healdsburg community who contribute more than Circe Sher. On paper, Sher is the president of Piazza Hospitality, behind the scenes, Sher and her family contribute to more than a dozen local nonprofit organizations.

When it comes to planning for Healdsburg and northern Sonoma County, Carol Beattie has her eyes on tomorrow—and all the tomorrows after that. As board chair of Healdsburg Forever, a regional affiliate of Community Foundation Sonoma County, Beattie has been a critical part of the team.

Foodies and Northern Sonoma County locals alike were delighted earlier this fall when Chef Douglas Keane reopened Cyrus, the Michelin-starred restaurant that once lived on North Street in downtown Healdsburg.