Luxembourg Society of Wisconsin

© Photographed February 28, 2015 and October 8, 2016
Belgium, Ozaukee County, Wisconsin
43.502519,-87.834403

Luxembourg Society of Wisconsin
Founded June 19, 1977 by:
Anita Kultgen Becker and Dorothy Schanen Simpson
preserves Luxembourg Traditions, Culture, Genealogy, Heritage.
Lenten Fusecht, Parish Kirmes, Luxembourg National Holiday, St. Nicholas Day celebrated in "The Green Heart of Luxembourg in Wisconsin": Belgium, Dacada, Fredonia, Holy Cross, Lake Church, Port Washington, Waubeka.  
PROJECTS: Bi-monthly newsletter w/Stammbam to members in U.S., Canada, and Europe, Society Logo (1982), Museum in Dacada (1991-99), Gazebo built in Belgium Village Park (1993), Sinnen Pioneer's Stone House reconstructed in Ozaukee County Pioneer Village (1993), Bronze bust in Waubeka of Dr. Bernard J. Cigrand, Father of United States Flag Day Observance (2000), Memorial Benches in the seven Luxembourg settlements.
HOSTED: Luxembourg dignitaries, musicians, folk dancers, tour groups, and other visitors
MEMORABLE VISIT: 1987 -- Hereditary Crown Prince Henri and Princess Maria Teresa and Entourage.
President - Beatrice Wester Krier (elected 1981 - )
Society Officers and Members

Motto: "Mir Welle Bleiwe Wat Mir Sin"
"We Want To Remain What We Are"

The marker is located at the Luxemburg American Cultural Center Museum on southbound North Royal Avenue / County LL, at its intersection with Park Street, at 100 Peter Thein Avenue, Belgium, Wisconsin 53004.

Luxemburg American Cultural Center Museum




The marker is located at the Luxembourg American
Cultural Center Museum in Belgium, Wisconsin.

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