Health Care and Rehab
The struggles during COVID-19 are real. Today Coolest Coast spoke with Behavioral Health provider Pam Masci about ways to deal with anxiety during the pandemic.
Find out more about COVID-19 symptoms and treatments and when you should get tested.
In this special episode of Coffee on the Coast, Dr. Elmer Linboom, Family Practitioner with Advocate Aurora Health, explains the new primary care Virtual Video Visit option. Watch the video. For more information about Virtual Video Visits, visit the link below. www.aurorahealthcare.org/services/primary-care/video-visit. Also, check out the Health + Wellness page on coolestcoast.com/health-wellness sponsored by Aurora.
Special Guest: Brittany Schultz, Acupuncture by the Lake. Today the ladies are talking about the importance of self care. They rented kayaks and paddled up the Manitowoc River for a unique point-of-view and a perfect way to unplug from the demands of being moms and entrepreneurs. How do you unplug? Do you make time for
Today we are talking with Chef Casey Scherer, Tim Gadzinski of the Manitowoc Public Library & Amber Daugs of Grow It Forward about the “Chef Casey’s Simply Delicious” events.
Moms and Entrepreneurs, Tina Prigge of Vagabond Creative Studio and Kristin Odell of Grow with KLO get real.
Talking about being brave, stepping out of comfort zones and embracing new experiences. Including first time rock climbing at Strand Adventures!
Snoga! Snowshoe Yoga at Woodland Dunes Nature Preserve. Read that sentence one more time. Does it get any cooler than winter on the Coolest Coast? Thank you to yogi Jennifer Jelenic for leading a snowshoe hike through the trails at beautiful Woodland Dunes with yoga stops along the way. Tree pose in the forest is
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
We love playing on the Coolest Coast and this new adaptive reuse project renovated a shuttered facility and turned it into a multiplex of healthful fun and adventure in the heart of downtown. Join us for rock climbing, laser tag, batting cages, ninja gym, arcade and more!
Sailing the Coolest Coast! A whole new perspective of the coast and lighthouse when viewed from the water. Sailboats, fishing boats and even the S.S. Badger: Lake Michigan Carferry. Traveling about 7 knots on the open waves. Thanks to our hosts for making this video possible.
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
36 holes of disc golf along the shores of Lake Michigan and through the beautiful woods of Silver Creek Park. Join us Jim Lanen tells us more about the sport, the Silver Cup Tournament and a clinic open to all interested community members. It’s a great day to get your game on. More info at
Thanks to Miracle League of the Lakeshore for inviting #coolestcoast to enjoy a game of baseball at Miracles Park and to learn about the program, its athletes and buddies. Truly a special place making the Coolest Coast a great community. Take it away Homer!
Join us as Randy Heinzen, President of Manitowoc Youth Baseball and Softball, tells us about the Manitowoc Youth Sports Complex and why it is such a great asset on the #coolestcoast contributing to quality of life. Buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jack at the ole ball game!
In this episode of Coffee on the Coast we feature Farmer’s Market vendor Roadside Cucina & Cannery. Joined by Amber Daugs, Grow it Forward CEO and Diana Beschta of Roadside Cucina & Cannery, we learn about Roadside’s Italian-inspired offerings and confections made with locally-sourced ingredients … including produce grown by the students of Sheboygan Falls