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WE HAVE A NEW LOGO!

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This year (Sunday, October 2nd to be exact), Belgium celebrates its centennial anniversary.  What a great opportunity for us to reflect back on how far our small village has come and how many wonderful people have made their mark in our community. Click to read more about fun opportunities to celebrate and reminisce throughout our centennial year!

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Resolve to Get Involved in 2022!

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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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They joke that it all started with a bad day of deer hunting. Bob Hubing and Kevin Peiffer returned from hunting one chilly November night in 2018. While sitting in their hunting camp (Bob’s garage) discussing the day’s events, the conversation switched to how great it is to use their ATVs to get around their property. They believe ATVs and UTVs are the perfect mode of transportation for a variety of uses, and wondered if... READ ON

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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
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