MANITOWOC – Here’s your look at five things to do this week in Manitowoc.
1. Listen to ‘Pop Goes the Band’
Lakeshore Wind Ensemble and Lakeshore Big Band is putting on “Pop Goes the Band,” a musical performance with popular music from Metallica, Queen, Taylor Swift, Neil Diamond and The Beatles.
The concert is at 3 p.m. Sunday at the Capitol Civic Centre, 913 S. Eighth St. Tickets are available at cccshows.org.
2. Celebrate and shop at Before N After
Before N After, 1010 Washington St., has a slew of happenings between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Saturday to celebrate its seventh anniversary of “Reflection of You” being with the shop.
The maker, Kim Gorter, is celebrating the milestone by offering 50% off her handmade jewelry, a class and also refreshments.
Visit Before N After’s Facebook page for all the details!
3. Try yoga with Cats on Mats at the library
Yoga Alliance teacher Kate Casey will lead participants through an hour of relaxation fit for people of all experience levels.
For more information, visit the Manitowoc Public Library’s website.
4. Jam out at a local coffee shop
Retro Eighth Coffee and Acai, 801 N. Eighth St., is a new coffee shop in Manitowoc that serves refreshing acai bowls and delicious specialty coffee drinks.
From 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday, Nathan Decker will be providing live acoustic music while you sit and sip with friends at Retro Eighth.
5. Take a class at Rahr-West Art Museum
Cold days outside make for creative days inside!
Learn some new techniques and take home a masterpiece with the several classes the Rahr-West Art Museum is offering, including a watercolor winter scene class for teens on Thursday, Wacky Weekend on Saturday and Let It Snow youth classes next week on Jan. 17.
More information about these classes can be found on the museum’s website. The museum is at 610 N. Eighth St. and can be reached at 920-686-3090.
The City of Manitowoc’s Department of Tourism, branded as Visit Manitowoc, is responsible for facilitating an active relationship with hotels, restaurants and tourist attractions in the city to promote Manitowoc as a tourist destination on the state and national level. To contact the Department of Tourism, email [email protected] or call 920-686-3508. For more about upcoming events, follow @VisitManitowoc on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok or visit manitowoc.org/tourism.