New Manitowoc coffee shop Retro Eighth Coffee and Acai has live music

Manitowoc – Here are 5 things to do in Manitowoc this week.

1. Listen to “Pop Goes the Band”

The Lakeshore Wind Ensemble and Lakeshore Big Band present “Pop Goes The Band,” a musical performance featuring popular music from Metallica, Queen, Taylor Swift, Neil Diamond and The Beatles.

The concert takes place on Sundays at 3:00 pm at the Capitol Civic Center, 913 S. Eighth St. Tickets are available at

2. Celebrate and shop before and after

Before N After, 1010 Washington St., Saturday from 9am to 3pm, has a plethora of events celebrating the 7th anniversary of Reflection of You in store.

Creator Kim Galter is celebrating the milestone by offering 50% off handmade jewelry, classes and snacks.

For more information, visit the Before N After Facebook page.

3. Try yoga on a cat mat at the library

The exterior of the Manitowoc Public Library as seen Wednesday, February 19, 2020 in Manitowoc, Wisconsin.

The Manitowoc Public Library, 707 Quay St., hosts a Cats on Mats event with our furry friends from the Lakeshore Humane Society.

Yoga Alliance National Teacher Kate Casey guides participants through an hour of relaxation suitable for all experience levels.

For more information, visit the Manitowoc Public Library website.

4. Jam out at a local coffee shop

Nathan Decker

Retro Eighth Coffee and Acai, 801 N. Eighth St. is a new Manitowoc coffee shop serving refreshing acai bowls and delicious specialty coffee drinks.

Nathan Decker presents live acoustic music on Saturdays from 9am to 11am.

5. Take classes at the Rahr-West Art Museum

Exterior of Manitowoc's Rahr-West Art Museum, 610 N. Eighth St.

Creative days indoors on cold days outside!

Learn some new techniques and take home a masterpiece with several classes offered by the Rahr-West Art Museum. This includes his winter watercolor class for teens on Thursday, Wacky Weekend on Saturday, and his Let It Snow youth class next week on January 17th.

For more information on these classes, please visit the museum’s website. The museum is located at 610 N. Eighth St. Call 920-686-3090.

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