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August 2022 Newsletter

August 2022 Newsletter

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Peninsula Belgian-American Club Speaker Series

Peninsula Belgian-American Club Speaker Series

Starts: August 18, 2022
Ends: August 18, 2022 at 8:00 pm

ORPHAN TRAIN Don Youniss presents this program of a social experiment that transported children from crowded eastern cities to the country’s Midwest for adoption. Wisconsin, being in the Midwest, was favored by the many of the child placing institutions due to the large number of families that had room to take a needy child into their home, with plenty of food from the farm for all. “The C. & N.W. train from the south early morning brought to Fort Howard about 30 orphaned children from the New York Orphan Asylum.” Per September 21, 1893 - Green Bay Press Gazette. Open to PBAC members and the public.
2022 BHC Kermiss

2022 BHC Kermiss

Starts: August 21, 2022 at 11:00 am
Ends: August 21, 2022 at 4:00 pm

Our BHC Kermiss will be a great event - silent auction; antique farm implements; raffles; Belgian pie, trippe, booyah, jutt, craft beer and Belgian fellowship.  The popular band Mad Cats will perform again this year. Please join us!  See the poster at the link below for details.  Please note that booyah to go will NOT be available unless there is excess at the end of the event.

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Peninsula Belgian-American Club Speaker Series

Peninsula Belgian-American Club Speaker Series

Starts: September 15, 2022 at 7:00 pm
Ends: September 15, 2022 at 8:00 pm

MILLIES’S STORY Marcia Kritzler-Egeland, Holocaust Educator, will share with us the story of her mother, Mildred Straahs Kritzler, beginning with her permanent separation from her parents at age 9, and her rescue by American Quakers resulting in her arrival in the United States in 1941 at age 12. Marcia's presentation includes detailed facts of her mother's escape as well as information about the fate of her parents and the escape of her brother Walter from the death camps. Open to PBAC members and the public.
Peninsula Belgian-American Club Speaker Series

Peninsula Belgian-American Club Speaker Series

Starts: October 20, 2022 at 7:00 pm
Ends: October 20, 2022 at 8:00 pm

CHEESE FACTORIES OF DOOR COUNTY Don Rudolph, a fourth generation Door County farmer, will share information about the history of cheese factories. In 1917 Door County had 35 cheese factories and 5 creameries. This presentation will reflect a very vital economic fixture in our early dairy industries that many of our relatives had a stake in.
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The Belgian Heritage Center is a perfect church-like setting for weddings and wakes/funerals. The Belgian Heritage Center is also available for rental for private events such as meetings, conferences and family reunions.

Traditional Belgian food and a Belgian Heritage presentation are available on request. For more information call Sue Havel at 920-493-2789 or email events@belgianheritagecenter.org.

Contact Information

Belgian Heritage Center
1255 County DK/PO Box 173
Brussels, Wisconsin 54204
920-825-7319

Hours of Operation

Please see the events calendar for details.