35th Annual Luxembourg Fest Celebrates Unique Relationships Between Small Wisconsin Village and a European Country
Luxembourg Fest of America, located in Belgium, Wisconsin, turns 35 this August 14-15, and the milestone has those who have contributed to its success taking a walk down Memory Lane. Richard Uselding, owner of Belgium Hardware, was on the planning committee for the very first Luxembourg Fest. He recalled…
The Luxembourg American Cultural Society will be offering FREE admission to all residents of Sheboygan County July 22-24 (Thursday, Friday & Saturday) from 10 am until 4 pm.
The Luxembourg Brotherhood of America invites you to join them for the 84th Annual Schobermesse Festival in Morton Grove, IL Sunday, August 1st.
Great news for Article 89 Dual Citizenship Applicants!
As of today, March 17, the Minister of Justice, in a written reply to a parliamentary question addressed to her by representative Sven Clement, announced that the deadline to subscribe the reacquisition application (article 89) will be extended again until December 31, 2022. Read more…
LACS to end the year on a high note with NYE Virtual Jazz Brunch featuring Luxembourg’s Michel Meis 4tet
The LACS will end the year on a high note when it presents its second Live from Luxembourg virtual concert. This one is a Jazz Brunch benefit concert featuring Luxembourg’s Michel Meis 4tet.
The Luxembourg American Cultural Society has announced holiday hours for 2020.
The LACS will be closed for Thanksgiving Thursday, November 26th through Sunday, November 29th.
The center will also close in celebration of the Christmas holiday December 19th, 2020 through January 3rd, 2021.
Over the holiday break, the staff of the LACS invites you to join us virtually in bidding farewell to 2020 at our next Live from Luxembourg Event. This one is a virtual Jazz Brunch with Luxembourg’s Michel Meis 4-tet, held at www.lacs.lu on Thursday, December 31, 2020 at 11 am CST.
The staff and Board of Directors at the LACS wish you a happy and healthy holiday season.
The Luxembourg American Cultural Society is pleased and grateful to be named a grant recipient from the COVID-19 Cultural Organization Grant program, being awarded $36,631.50