As the Sebastopol Grange pioneers a revival of farmers and food producers gathering together, the small rural-looking building on the edge of town with the overgrown parking lot has also recently been hosting touring folk musicians. This week, Tish Hinojosa, one of 13 children born to Mexican immigrants, brings her captivating songs and humanitarian voice to the small hall on Thursday, Nov. 14 (7:30pm; $25-$27). On Wednesday, it’s Slaid Cleaves, an area favorite from Austin who always dazzles on Wednesday, Nov. 20 (7:30pm; $25-$27). For tickets and info, see www.northbaylive.com.
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