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
In March 2020, the City of Manitowoc will celebrate 150 years. On November 9, 2019, the Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity celebrated 150 years. That’s right. The order was established here on the #coolestcoast before the City of Manitowoc was established as a city. We visited with the Sisters at Holy Family Convent to find
Christine D. Kornely portrays Rosie the Riveter and shares the history of Rosie the Riveter on the Coolest Coast, the 600 women who left their kitchens to become production warriors during WWII. To see the exhibit, visit Wisconsin Maritime Museum
It’s the holiday season! The 31st Annual Lakeshore Holiday Parade in downtown Manitowoc kicks off Wednesday, November 27 at 6:30pm. The first night the holiday decorations will be illuminated. Santa Claus reception before and after at the Rahr-West Art Museum. Thank you to all the sponsors and participants for creating a cool kickoff to the
The Wall that Heals was on display 24/7 at the Manitowoc County Expo Sept. 12 – 15, 2019. Veterans were standing guard and providing information 24/7. All gave some. Some gave all. This is 3/4 replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall in Washington DC. The names of 58,276 who gave all and did not
Honoring the legacy of John and Ruth West at the beautiful West of the Lake Gardens and Lester Bentley mural room. 6+ acres of lakeshore beauty in full bloom. Annuals and perennials. The creative work of head gardener and horticulturist Don Cisler and his team in the style of Ruth West.
Today we learn from Holy Family Memorial President & CEO Brett Norell and Sister Kay of the Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity about the deep 120 history of Holy Family Memorial in the community and the 150 year history of the Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity. The public is invited to attend the 120th Anniversary
International friendships, cultural immersion and a broadened perspective on the world are just a few of the benefits of participating in the Manitowoc International Relations Association sister-city student exchange with Kamogawa, Japan. It is a beautiful friendship shared between our two cities. Here the students express in their own words the profound impact of the
Access to quality education, including higher education, contributes to a great life on the #coolestcoast. ConGRADulations to all the graduates who now step out into the world to make a difference and realize their individual success stories. We are proud of you! There are additional fine institutions throughout the #coolestcoast not featured in this episode.
On this episode we had the pleasure of sitting down with the Executive Director of the Manitowoc Public Library Kristin Stoeger! She told us of yet another great program at the library! Host: Jason Prigge
We talked with Susie from The Manitowoc Public Library about a new organization system to help kids and their parents find the books they want.
Hands on History at Manitowoc County Historical Society Pinecrest Historical Village for Hertitage Skills Day, where they are bringing history to life. Experience what life was like for the early settlers of the Coolest Coast over 100 years ago. Blacksmith, Leatherworks, Cheesemaker, Seamstress, Printer, Doctor, Housewife
Heart-A-Rama is an incredible local event that blends vaudeville/Satruday Night Live style comedy to raise funds for the American Heart Association. Currently in its 49th year, Heart-A-Rama has raised $2.8 million. Staged and staffed by hundreds of volunteers the evening event features the comedic antics of local performers, live music, food and beverages and plenty