Thank you to Smies Design, the

Chamber Board, Chamber Members,

the Belgium Tourism Committee and 

Peter Capper for your assistance in all

our branding exercises that helped

lead to the creation of this logo 

as well as the new Village logo, 

coming soon!

Five award winners were honored at this year’s Celebrate Belgium event on Wednesday, November 6th at Memories Ballroom,presented by the Luxembourg American Cultural Society and Trimen Industries.

Attendees enjoyed a hearty dinner followed by a program honoring all the great things that happened in our area in 2019, followed by awards and stand-up comedy by Mike Marvell.

Click HERE to read more about our winners and for photos of the event.

Award Winners Honored at Celebrate Belgium 2019.



Join us for Belgium's annual celebration of St. Nicholas Day and our European heritage! We will be kicking off the holiday season with a parade at 4:30 pm, wrapping up at Belgium’s Village Square, where St. Nicholas himself will ride in to greet children inside Belgium’s Village Hall. There will also be food, kids crafts provided by Belgium Community Church, vendor shopping inside the Luxembourg American Cultural Society, and more! Stay tuned to this page for details!


Now accepting Sponsors, Vendors and Parade entries.


European Christmas Parade & Market December 7, 2019

Parade at 4:30 pm, Market 4-7 pm



This past month, Port Washington State Bank celebrated its 120th Anniversary. While this is a monumental feat for any business, even more impressive is the fact that it has also been family-run for five generations, and counting. It credits its success with not just being a family banking business, but a bank for the community.


PWSB was started with $25,000 in capitalization by Clarence Hill and George Henry in 1899. They had been bankers in Ripon and Manitowoc, and Port Washington didn’t yet have a bank, so they assumed the risk and...READ ON

Member Spotlight: 120 Years of Port Washington State Bank

The Belgium Area Chamber of Commerce

is a Proud Member of the

Ozaukee County Tourism Council.

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. 

Upcoming Event Calendar

Building Our Future, Honoring Our Past

Mail us: 

P. O. Box 215, Belgium, WI  53004

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