Join us for a virtual tour of The Rahr West’s “The Art of Tablesetting” during this Live Stream event with introduction by Executive Director Greg Vadney.
Join host Jason Prigge for a conversation with Julia Lee, Youth Services Manager at The Manitowoc Public Library.
Today, Host Tina Prigge is talking with Susie Menk, Youth Services Librarian about the newest available resource: Launch Pads! These cool new learning tools are now available for checkout.
Today, host Jason Prigge is talking with Amber Daugs CEO of Grow It Forward of Manitowoc.
Today, Host Tina Prigge is talking with Therese Hostketter, MPL Public Services Associate about book discussion kits. *so many good book recommendations*
Today, host Tina Prigge is talking with Laura Schreiner, Materials Management Associate at Manitowoc Public Library.
Today Tina is talking with Julia Lee about some wonderful children’s programing at the library.
Today we are talking with Carrie Pearson, Teen Associate about 3 programs for youth at the library.
Colleen and Trent tell us about the creative collaboration that is the Live Forever Project. The mission is to keep memories of live using the power of the Arts. Interview the wisdom keepers of the community and turn their stories into various art forms. Poetry, theater, dance, music and songwriting, storytelling integrated into a production.
Today we are talking with Chef Casey & Tim Gadzinski of Manitowoc Public Library about the upcoming program: Simply Delicious.
We met with Jim Knickelbine, Executive Director of Woodland Dunes Nature Center and Preserve for a sneak peek of their newly renovated and expanded Nature Center. Hint: It’s gorgeous! The Nature Center is now open to the public with restrictions (Limited to 10 people within at a time, masks required). Infrastructure and resource investments on
Today the ladies are talking about community and personal improvements. Please join in the conversation by commenting. Tina Prigge of Vagabond Creative Studio and Kristin Odell of Grow with KLO. Moms and Entrepreneurs on the Coolest Coast®.
It’s an emotional time, and an important time to have honest and thoughtful dialogue to understand in a meaningful way the relevance and importance of Black Lives Matter. Kevin Sievert sat down with Tina Prigge to unpack what’s happening and to acknowledge that the first step to making a change is understanding and not staying
Learn about the Manitowoc Public Library’s Historic 8th Street program. A virtual series featuring iconic buildings in downtown Manitowoc.
Celebrating the Progress Lakeshore Awards nominees. Today we learn about Angelus Senior Living with Dana and Katie.
She’s back! Lake Michigan Carferry S.S. Badger was enthusiastically welcomed back to the Port of Manitowoc for the start (albeit delayed) of the 2020 season. Check out the playful Great Lakes Salutes exchanged between the Badger Carferry and Shore. And an overhead peek at the Official Greeting in the COVID-19 era. And a cameo by
We will be welcoming high school students from across Manitowoc County to the stream tomorrow evening to present their business ideas and to compete for scholarships and in-kind support. Moderator Jeff Sachse.
Coffee on the Coast with Kiel City Administrator Jamie Aulik and School Administrator Brad Ebert. Find out the unique way they are honoring their graduates in the era of COVID-19.
This Morning we are talking with Tom Mlada of LNRP and learning a bit about what this organization does for our natural resources on the CoolestCoast and beyond.
Talking about being brave, stepping out of comfort zones and embracing new experiences. Including first time rock climbing at Strand Adventures!
Celebrating the Progress Lakeshore Awards nominees. Today, Coolest Coast spoke with Community Enhancement Award Nominee Fox Communities Credit Union’s Heather Wessley. An example of community collaboration and enhancement with their sponsoring and involvement in The Lakeshore Balloon Glow and Kites Over Lake Michigan. Congratulations to Fox Communities Credit Union on your Nomination!
In celebration of Asian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month (May), Xia Vang wore traditional Hmong costume and shared a bilingual story in both Hmong and English. The Book is called “Tsev Need Was Kuv Hlub” or “The Family That I Love”, by author See For, illustrated by Duachaka Her. Enjoy.
In celebration of Asian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month (May), Kaonou Hang wore traditional Hmong costume and shared a bilingual story in both Hmong and English. The Book is called “Thom Khwm Liab” or “Red Socks”, by author Ellen Mayer, illustrated by Ying-Hwa Hu. Enjoy.
Local musicians have shared their talents for this reel to bring entertainment to those in isolation during the COVID19 Safer at Home order. Song Stylings of Tessa Komorowski and Kevin Sievert; Piano Duo of Dr. Stanislava Varshavski and Dr. Diana Shapiro; Jim Garrington; MPSD Band Bash 2019; and the Coolest Coast feature videos about the
Host Jason Prigge has a conversation with Kristin Odell of Grow With KLO human resource solutions about jobs and employment during the COVID-19 crisis.
Talent abounds on the #coolestcoast. Thanks to Paul Sucherman and David Bourgeois for sharing information about the Lakeshore Big Band. While the spring concert is postponed, you can enjoy the sweet sounds of these musicians rehearsing. A mini-concert for your enjoyment while socially distant.
The Wisconsin Waterways 💦 Room at the Wisconsin Maritime Museum is a fun and educational hands on learning environment all about how water behaves including dams, irrigation, piping, lochs and resources about marine life in Dr. Gill’s education room. Kids and adults alike will enjoy the interactive exhibits. The Waterways Room really makes a splash!
In this episode of Coffee on the Coast, we learn more about the 90 year history of the Holy Family Conservatory of Music with Dr. Stanislava Varshavski and Sister Carol Ann Gambsky. Students of all ages and all instruments, including voice, are welcome to take lessons at the Conservatory. Emmy Award winner Garth Neustadter started