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Wednesday, May 08, 2019
Your child’s creativity will blossom with HCA’s four-day Summer Art Camp sessions and Fun Art Fridays. Each week brings new and exciting creative options for ages 5 – 8 and 9 – 15! Students explore media ranging from assemblage to sculpture and many in between.  Our camps inspire creativity and promote fun. Dress for a mess and prepare to explore the world of art! 2019 Summer Art Camp begins ...read more
Categories: Art & Culture, Member News, Press Release, Chamber, Non-Profit
Tuesday, May 07, 2019
Healdsburg Works: Wilson Artisan Wines Photos by BOURE PHOTOS | bbourne.com KEN & DIANE WILSON OWNERS Ken, born and raised in Ontario, Canada, is robust and passionate about his vineyards and wineries. Ken and his wife Diane started buying land in western Dry Creek Valley in the early 1980s, planting their first vines in 1988. Establishing himself further as a grower of quality wine grapes, ...read more
Categories: Chamber, Community, Travel
Tuesday, April 30, 2019
North Bay Credit Union will award scholarships of $1,000 each to five local students who plan to study agriculture in college. “Agriculture ties our past to our future,” says Chris Call, CEO. “We want to help deserving students shape the future of agriculture here at home.” To be eligible, students must be North Bay Credit Union members 23 or younger who live in the North Bay. They should have a ...read more
Categories: Chamber, Education, Member News, Press Release
Friday, April 05, 2019
The 41st annual Healdsburg Farmers’ Market opens for the season at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, May 4th. The West Plaza lot will come alive with an abundance of delicious and nutritious bounty, entertainment, education and more.   One of California’s original twenty-two farmers’ markets, the Healdsburg Farmers’ Market opened in July 1978, when the village and surrounding area were strictly ...read more
Categories: Community, Non-Profit, Art & Culture, Member News
Tuesday, April 02, 2019
Your next big discovery in gift giving and art collecting just pulled up at 126 Matheson in Healdsburg. Gallery owner, Kay Young smiles as she tells you “If you are searching for what has not been found before we are your new best friend. Our feel-good shopping experience offers our customers an Optimism Revolution of gift giving.” Sandwiched between Oakville Grocery and Williamson Family wines ...read more
Categories: Art & Culture, Human Interest, Member News
Monday, April 01, 2019
Rack & Riddle, Sonoma County’s leading custom crush wine service, has recently expanded its winemaking team in preparation for a busy 2019.  With a newly automated still wine bottling line and an automated sparkling wine facilities expansion set to be completed in Spring 2019 (more TBA next month), Rack & Riddle is expecting an exciting year in custom crush wine production.  The winemaking team ...read more
Categories: Member News
Monday, April 01, 2019
Bohemian Magazine readers have voted on their favorite people and places for culture, recreation, family, food & drink, health & wellness, and the everyday. Check out these Healdsburg Chamber members who were selected by readers as Bohemian Magazine Best of the North Bay 2019.CULTURE Best MuseumCharles M. Schulz Museum Best Charity Event Wags, Whiskers, & Wines, Humane Society of Sonoma ...read more
Categories: Member News
Monday, April 01, 2019
Alexander Valley Vineyards was named Sonoma Winery of the Year at the Berlin International Wine Competition.   Judges reviewed hundreds of wines from over 14+ countries.  AVV brought home top honors and more awards for their Cabernet Sauvignon.   2016 Estate Cabernet Sauvignon  94 points & Gold Medal  
Categories: Member News
Monday, April 01, 2019
The North Bay Business Journal has release their list of 40 influential North Bay professionals under the age of 40. Part of that list included Healdsburg Chamber members and Healdsburg residents. Congratulations to the following honorees: Tara Johnson Assistant Vice President and Branch Manager Bank of Marin Ariel Kelley  Sonoma County Planning Commissioner Permit Sonoma Ann ...read more
Categories: Member News
Wednesday, March 27, 2019
The Healdsburg Tribune By Rollie Atkinson, Staff Writer Mar 27, 2019 Carla Howell, Healdsburg Chamber of Commerce’s executive director for the last seven years, has announced her retirement plans. That is triggering a recruitment effort to bring new leadership to the local business advocacy organization that partners with the city government, local businesses and community groups on town ...read more
Categories: Chamber, Press Release, Economic
Friday, January 11, 2019
Healdsburg, Jan 10, 2018 – Fusion Technology Solutions is proud to announce they have been selected by CIO Applications Magazine for their Top 25 Cloud Solutions providers 2018 list. The selection is based on the company’s dedication to providing customers with optimized cloud solutions and performance.  The annual list of companies is selected by a panel of experts and members of CIO ...read more
Categories: Member News, Press Release
Monday, January 07, 2019
Congratulations to Shoffeitt's Off The Square for winning the 2018 Holiday Window Decorating Contest! Be sure to check out Shoffeitt's for their latest window displays and vintage treasures! Thank you to Alexis Greenberg Photography for the photos.
Categories: Community
Tuesday, November 27, 2018
In August a team from the American Institute of Architects (AIA) came to Healdsburg to gather input from the community on Healdsburg's future. Healdsburg was one of eight cities across the U.S. awarded a 2018 Sustainable Design Assessment Team (SDAT) grant, part of an AIA program to help communities develop a vision for a sustainable future, and create a realistic and attainable road map to get ...read more
Categories: Papers/Research, Community
Monday, September 24, 2018
Results of the 31st Russian River Watersheds Cleanup. Cleanup locations included Ukiah, Cloverdale, Healdsburg, Forestville, Guerneville and Monte Rio, with a total of 242 volunteers that collectively removed 15,500 lbs of garbage from the Russian River watershed. This breaks out to 64 lbs of trash removed per person! In addition, volunteers also removed and properly disposed of 51 tires! The ...read more
Categories: Member News, Community, Non-Profit
Wednesday, September 19, 2018
Your next big discovery in gift giving and art collecting just pulled up at 126 Matheson in Healdsburg. Sandwiched between Oakville Grocery and Williamson Family wines at 126 Matheson, Hopscotch Gifts & Gallery specializes in handcrafted, 100% American Made exceptional gifts and art. Featuring work from all over the country they also proudly exhibit Sonoma County work.  From textiles to glassware, ...read more
Categories: Member News, Art & Culture
Friday, September 07, 2018
Good News for Downtown Businesses There are now 72 brand new ALL DAY parking spaces available adjacent to City Hall on Grove Street. The former “Christmas tree lot” property is now paved and striped and ready for parking. Please inform your employees about this close by, well-lighted and safe parking lot and encourage them to park and walk a block.
Categories: City of Healdsburg Government, Community, Press Release
Friday, September 07, 2018
Alexander Valley Film Society receiving check. Pictured is Keren Colsten, Aaron Krug, Tom Nelson, Tod Hill, Kathryn Hecht, Brian Sommer, Holly Fox, and Jason Farmer. As a condition of approval when renewing the Healdsburg Tourism Improvement Assessment District earlier this year, the City Council required that 22.5% of the 2% assessment charged by hotels on lodging stays, be dedicated to ...read more
Categories: General News Article, Non-Profit, Press Release, Community
Friday, September 07, 2018
Once again, North Bay Credit Union is proud to honor six exceptional local students with scholarships of $1,000 each,” says Chris Call, CEO. “These outstanding young people earned their awards by demonstrating academic excellence and a commitment to the community.” Three of the recipients are staying in California; Marissa Pendleton, of Sebastopol, is going to Santa Rosa Junior College; Alexandra ...read more
Categories: Member News, Community, Press Release
Friday, September 07, 2018
Creative Sonoma is offering free teaching artist residencies to Sonoma County schools who have students and/or staff affected by the fires - directly or indirectly. Provided at no cost to public schools in all grades, these residencies use the talents and training of a dynamic group of teaching artists, crafting an experience tailored to each situation. Thirteen of these residencies have been ...read more
Categories: Art & Culture, Education, Community, Press Release, General News Article
Tuesday, September 04, 2018
Tuesdays September 4th - October 30th 9 am-1 pm Healdsburg Plaza The popular Tuesday-on-the-Plaza Farmers' Market, which made its debut in June, has been extended through October. Featuring a wide variety of fruits and vegetables, as well as flowers, cheeses, honey, olive oil, bread, wild fish, pasture-finished meat, and fresh eggs, the market celebrates the agricultural heritage of this ...read more
Categories: Member News, Non-Profit, Press Release, Community
Monday, September 03, 2018
Healdsburg Works: Fincher's Auto Service Photos by Barbara Bourne | bbourne.com Fincher’s Auto Service has been serving the community for over 30 years. A local family born and raised here in Healdsburg. The Fincher’s, Tim, DeAnna, Jacob, and Hayley work very hard to offer excellent customer service along with honest, quality, auto repair each and every time. Fincher’s support many local ...read more
Categories: Community, Chamber, Member News
Monday, September 03, 2018
Healdsburg Works: Sonoma Millworks Photos by Barbara Bourne | bbourne.com Founder, Gordon Martin has brought his passion for sustainability, repurposing and design to create Sonoma Millworks. The company resources and resurrects vintage timber only to provide it a new role and purpose in architecture and design. Reclaimed from decades-old architectural salvage, trestles, and failing agricultural ...read more
Categories: Chamber, Member News, Community
Thursday, August 16, 2018
The team from the American Institute of Architects came to the High School Gymnasium on Monday August 13 and invited the community to share their thoughts. They asked these questions: Where do you live and where do you work? Healdsburg is __ ? As we change and grow, what characteristics do we want to protect, and what do we want to change? In 20 years, if Healdsburg succeeds, what is the ...read more
Categories: Community, General News Article, Press Release
Wednesday, August 01, 2018
Wildfire Mental Health Collaborative To access supportive services call: 866.960.6264 The Wildfire Mental Health Collaborative (The Collaborative) is a community-wide initiative committed to mental health recovery care for wildfire survivors. Everyone affected by the fi res can learn to recognize the signs of distress and access free mental health services to aid short- and long-term coping and ...read more
Categories: Community, General News Article, Non-Profit, Member News, Press Release
Saturday, July 14, 2018
Chamber Board Chair, Eric Markson, Healdsburg business of the Year recipient, Amy Covin (Amy's Wicked Slush), and Master of Ceremonies, Leslie Sbrocco.  We are so grateful to the Healdsburg Business Community and the residents of Healdsburg who supported the 2nd Annual Healdsburg Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year Awards event. Small businesses are the powerhouse that keeps the engine ...read more
Categories: Chamber, Human Interest, Press Release, Economic, Community
Thursday, July 12, 2018
Christmas in July! Thumbprint cellars was presented with their winner's certificate for best holiday window in the first annual Healdsburg Holiday Window Decorating Contest. They have certainly set the bar high for downtown window decorating. Looking forward to this year's competition. For now, happy summer!
Categories: Press Release, Community, Chamber, Member News