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THE SAWFLIER

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The weather is getting warmer in Wine Country, and events calendars are heating up, too. Local wineries, restaurants, and other destinations appear eager to return to pre-Covid programming, which means there’s no shortage of things to do in and around Healdsburg over the next few weeks.

April is a hopeful time of year in Wine Country. Days get longer. Nights are warmer. Vines birth buds. Life abounds. Spring is also the season around the Bay Area when events and activities begin to pick up, and Healdsburg is no exception.

There are a host of events and activities throughout northern Sonoma County all winter long from new restaurant openings in town – most recently Lo & Behold, to historical exhibits featuring a collection of items on loan from the Dry Creek Rancheria Band of Pomo Indians.

Wine, food, and an abundant sense of community make the holiday season special in and around Healdsburg.

The holiday season is upon us, and Wine Country is abuzz with restaurant openings and festive events. Here are a few local happenings about which everyone’s talking.

There’s nothing quite like October in Wine Country. It’s smack in the middle of harvest, which means the sweet smell of fermenting grapes wafts over town.

Autumn is upon us, which means the Healdsburg community is heralding the arrival of harvest, the most exciting time of year. While vineyard teams pick and crush grapes into wine, elsewhere around town entrepreneurs, artists and winemakers are celebrating different events and milestones.

Late summer is an exciting time to be in the northern Sonoma County. In the vineyards, grapes are gaining sweetness and color, ripening and plumping for harvest and eventual conversion into wine.

Wine Country continues to emerge from the COVID lockdown, which means life in and around Healdsburg continues to inch closer to the “normal” we knew and loved before the spring of 2020.

Summer is an exciting time around Northern Sonoma County, and with the State of California lifting all major COVID-19 restrictions June 15, there suddenly are multiple options to kick it off.