Glenda and Steve Castelli loaned a number of toys that are in the current exhibit, “Christmas on the Ranch,” including the goat cart seen behind them in the photo.
Healdsburg Vintage celebrated its one year anniversary in Healdsburg on Saturday, November 2. Twenty-five vendors feature re-purposed and up-cycled items and collectibles under the umbrella of the collective.
From the Healdsburg Museum: “The Villa is the city’s main community hall and has been used by the city and non-profit groups since the opening ceremony in 1956. “During the first half of the 20th century, the Villa Chanticleer was a resort for French-speaking tourists from San Francisco. The original building burned down in 1945. […]
From the Healdsburg Museum: BANK OF HEALDSBURG “This photo from 1878 shows several pioneer businessmen of Healdsburg standing in front of what was then the Bank of Healdsburg on the corner of Healdsburg Avenue and Plaza Street. For close to 100 years a bank stood at this corner, dating back to 1870. In 1920 the […]
John and Zeke’s bar was packed on Tuesday evening, the last night in the Plaza Street location. (Photo: Hope Powell)
It’s time to see who has sharp eyes in Healdsburg. Where in Healdsburg is this sign? Email your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org.
From the Healdsburg Museum: “Weighing grapes at the Healdsburg depot c. 1900.”
A vegetation fire burst out along the Russian River at Healdsburg on Sunday. (Photo: Tenaya Fleckenstein Photography)
“Harvest has long been a family affair in Healdsburg. This photo shows nine-year-old Janet Pisenti, then Janet Sbrabia, in her father Italo Sbragia’s Model T loaded up with grapes in 1946 at her great-uncle Fedele Sbragia’s vineyard south of Healdsburg.”
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