COVID-19 Belgium Area Business Updates

Updated: Oct 16, 2020

As coronavirus spreads throughout Wisconsin and our country, our local businesses have been thrust into a challenging position of finding safe and compliant ways of conducting business while keeping their company afloat- each sunrise becoming a fluid question mark of what updates that day will bring and what it means for them.

We are doing our best to keep tabs on what is happening with our local businesses as updates occur, and will continue to post them here as long as is necessary to get our country through this pandemic.

Businesses: Visit our COVID-19 Resource Page under Members for resources to help your business through this challenging time.

Please remember how critical your support is to our local businesses, and continue to patronize them whenever possible, both now and in the weeks to come to keep providing them with the necessary cash flow they need to stay in business.

If you do not feel comfortable with in-person visits, this can come in the form of buying gift cards for restaurants, bars, entertainment venues, or hotels for yourself, teachers, health care workers, or as gifts for weddings, graduation, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, etc.

You could also consider buying meals to-go and delivering to elderly or immunocompromised neighbors and family who may not feel comfortable going out in public, or as a special treat for families working in health care, local police and fire departments, etc. Let’s make sure we are all doing our best to take care of each other in our small, close-knit community.


Adult Literacy Center of Ozaukee County: We are in the process of reopening the ALC for students and tutors.  Here are a few things you will need to know:

  • Students and tutors may continue meeting over the phone or virtually if they prefer.

  • If you have any symptoms of COVID-19, do not meet!  

  • If you travel out of the state or country, do not meet for 14 days.

  • Students and tutors are encouraged to wear a face mask.  Masks are available at the ALC.

  • Students and tutors that meet at the ALC must clean the tables and chairs before and after they meet.

  • Students and tutors must sign up for a meeting time at the ALC with Katie before meeting.

  • Only students and tutors will be allowed inside of the ALC for meetings (no children or family members should enter the building).  

  • Students and tutors may begin meeting at the ALC after June 14.  

  • If you meet at a library, some libraries reopened on June 1 and others are reopening in the next few weeks.  Check with your library before you go.

  • ​Please speak with your tutor about if/when/where you would like to begin meeting.

Arndt Advertising: We are here to Help.  Need imprinted Sports Wear or any other ad promos? Just say the word.   Get your CODE OF ARMS and print your FAMILY CREST on a 3’X 5’ double sided Flag all for only $48.00- ready for outside or that Man Cave.  Garden Flags 12” X 18” with a heavy duty stand $25.00 Give us a call- 920-946-9460. or

Belgium Community Church:

  • We are not gathering in-person in our church building every week during the Fall of 2020. We are moving our services to your block using our digital service and small groups. Many of the people in our church are not ready to gather in large groups but have indicated a willingness to gather in smaller environments. If someone is ready to gather in groups, then we want to bless them to do that. Others want to be more cautious, and we want them to know that they are still a part of our church as they gather with their family. Either way, we believe that God’s word planted in good soil produces much fruit (Luke 8), and we want to invest in our time and energy so that our people, church, communities produce much fruit in this season. We want to be stronger when this pandemic season is over.

  • We will be gathering in-person in the field next to our building on the first Sunday of every month (weather permitting).

  • We will be investing more time and effort into our group chat Bible studies. We read and apply the Bible together and pray for each other. New groups starting every month.

  • We will be creating and distributing boxes with discipleship resources and mission projects for the whole church to do together. We call them “Growing. Together. Boxes.”

Big Ed’s Smoke Pit: Now Open on Sundays 3-7 pm through September. We recommend pre-orders if you want to guarantee getting some food. You can call for pre-orders after 1PM. Our hours and offerings will expand throughout the season. Remember we can deliver larger orders over $100 seven days a week with 48 hours notice. (Split a big order with your neighbors for delivery). Call 1-262-476-5126.

Buechler Farms- Pumpkin farm opens for the season Saturday, October 3rd. See their Facebook page for event updates.

Christian Life Church: We’re open for Sunday service and will continue streaming live every week, plus additional ways to connect.

  • Due to the statewide mandate we are asking everyone to please wear a mask to church service if you are able (masks will be available in the CLC lobby).

  • Online Morning Devotions: Monday at 7:30am, Wednesday at 7:30am Weekly Services: Thursday at 7pm - online only, Sunday at 10:30am - in-person & online

Divine Savior Catholic Schools: Divine Savior Catholic School will begin the 2020-2021 school year in the school building for all day instruction 5 days a week. Our plan is to follow our school calendar. We are preparing plans to operate under the following circumstances:

  •  Face-to-face instruction, Temporary short-term quarantine, Temporary distance learning, and School closure - extended period distance teaching

Full Pull Construction: Free estimate for any concrete work. Call 920-980-5928

Harrington Beach State Park: A vehicle admission sticker is required to visit state park system properties. A state trail pass is required on certain trails. Annual stickers and passes can be purchased online or over the phone. Daily stickers and passes can be purchased at individual properties via self-registration stations, electronic kiosk or drive-up window service. For Harrington’s COVID-19 info, click here.

Heritage Publishing: Still open for your printing needs! Hours of operation are as always. Monday through Thursday 7:00 until 4:30 and Friday 7:00 until 11:30 am.

Inventors Brewpub: Kitchen is open! Check out Workout Wednesdays and other events.

Iron Hog Saloon: Re-Open.

Jacoby's Autobody: We will continue to keep our shop open, but to better serve our customers and to keep things safe during this time, we have changed a few things. If you need an estimate, are dropping off for work to be done, or picking up a completed job, please call ahead. We will be happy to meet you outside while keeping a safe distance. Please, only employees in the building at this time. We can, and are pleased, to be able to still write estimates and complete repairs for our customers. Call ahead phone number is: 414-870-6022.

Kyotes Bar & Grill: Re-Open

Luxembourg American Cultural Center: The museum is open to the public Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays, and the first Saturday of the month. The Dooley-Wagner Research Center is open by appointment only. Watch Website and follow on Facebook and Instagram for specific details.

MacGillis Insurance- We are open for business!  Please call us at 262-790-0000 or email with any insurance inquiries.  We are here to help support all current and new customers.  Our normal hours are 8:00am-4:30pm Monday-Thursday, and 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Fridays. 

MATC: MATC is committed to student success during this challenging time. As a college community, we are all in this together. MATC continues to improve our classes – offered in flexible ways to meet student needs. Students shared feedback about their Spring experience and we listened. We are offering:

  • Enhanced online and virtual options with interactive technology and stronger communication tools (about 60% of classes)

  • Courses that mix face-to-face and virtual learning (about 10% of classes)

  • Fully in-person courses tied to career-specific hands-on skills where needed – with safety measures that meet and exceed Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) standards (about 20% of classes)

  • The remainder of classes, such as apprenticeships and clinicals, take place off campus and may take place in person or online based on program requirements (less than 10% of classes)

  • The college is offering options in semester-long and eight-week formats. Based on changing health conditions and public health recommendations and requirements, course type, location, dates or times may need to be changed. Students enrolled in courses will be notified if changes are made.

  • Ready to register? Visit or see the registration section on this page.

  • For more fall information, visit, COVID-19 updates are available at this website.

Memories Dinner Theater: Now Re-Open. Check website for updated schedule. Gift certificates are available online.

Peggy Wester Realty Executives: Actively working with clients who want or need to buy or sell real estate. Communication will be via phone, email, or text whenever possible, keeping face-to-face interaction to a minimum. Showings of properties will be completed in person following social distancing protocol, as well as using extra sanitizing practices, unless directed otherwise by the seller. All paperwork will be signed digitally, and closings will be completed remotely when possible. 

Plus Group Wealth Advisors: Still meeting with concerned consumers and clients over the phone and via video chat.

Port Washington State Bank: The lobbies are now re-open. Visit for more info. Member FDIC.

Ray of Hope Reflexology: Reopen. Need help during the COVID-19 pandemic? Ray of Hope Reflexology, LLC is now open. Reflexology helps relieve stress and anxiety, reduces pain and restores body function. Lila Mueller, Vicki Koepke and Michele Reilly are all Certified Registered Reflexologists and are here to serve you. For an appointment call (414) 909-3320.