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WE HAVE A NEW LOGO!

It’s been quite the year.  Help us celebrate the accomplishments within our community and the people who put forth the extra effort this year at Celebrate Belgium 2021, presented by Port Washington State Bank.

This enjoyable evening includes a delectable dinner, great conversation, presentation of Chamber awards and comedy by Dobie Maxwell.

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Tickets now on sale for Celebrate Belgium 2021

Digital Menu

Guide

The pandemic continues to challenge our local businesses, and it is more important than ever that we support them. Check out this handy guide for all the local menus. Want to know who has curb-side pickup? Who offers catering? Where can you get some tasty wings or grab breakfast? Read on for more details about our local restaurants! 

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Member

Spotlight

Most of us take the ease of daily living for granted. Can you pick up the phone & make an appointment with a person on the other end? Do you know how to fill out important paperwork or applications? Can you the imagine the frustration you would feel every single day if any of these tasks was a struggle?

 

Lucky for us, we have the Adult Literacy Center of Ozaukee County to aid in solving these issues ...

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The Belgium Area Chamber of Commerce

is a Proud Member of the

Ozaukee County Tourism Council.

About Belgium, WI

Belgium, Wisconsin

Belgium, Wisconsin is 
Ozaukee County’s international destination- 
“America’s New Luxembourg,” as it is home to the international Luxembourg American Cultural Center and one of the largest populations of people of Luxembourg heritage in the United States. 


The Belgium area was settled in 1845 by Luxembourg immigrants from the border region of Belgium & Luxembourg. Remnants of this heritage abound including immigrant stone houses, Belgium’s historic downtown, and the old stone St. Mary’s Church. Belgium is also part of Wisconsin’s Ethnic Trail. 

Newly Reconstructed Main Street Fall 201

Building Our Future, Honoring Our Past