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LACS Announces Fall “Let’s Talk Luxembourg” Virtual Programs
BELGIUM, WISCONSIN, SEPTEMBER 10, 2023. The Luxembourg American Cultural Society has opened registration for its Fall 2023 “Let’s Talk Luxembourg” virtual programming series. This series features three one-hour programs that explore various topics in Luxembourg/ Luxembourg-American history, culture, current events, lasting traditions, and more from the comfort of your home via ZOOM. These programs are free to LACS members and $15 each for non-members. All attendees must register in advance at www.lacs.lu/events.
This fall’s programs are:
“Virtual Visit of MUDAM”
Tuesday, October 24, 2023 at 11 AM CT
This talk takes you on a virtual tour of Luxembourg’s art scene through the exhibits and collections of MUDAM- the Contemporary Art Museum of Luxembourg. MUDAM Executive Director Bettina Steinbrügge will give an overview of the museum, discussing its current exhibits and collections.
“History Talk: Luxembourg, the Little Fortress”
Friday, November 3, 2023 at 12 PM CT
Typical history lessons only focus on the past 200 years, yet the name/word ‘Luxembourg’ is found in text as early as 963AD. Dive deep into Luxembourg’s rich history with LACS board member Marc Klein as he explores how Luxembourg’s strong fortress kept the Grand Duchy safe from foreign invaders for centuries, starting at the earliest mention of the country through 1443 when the Duchy passed control to the Duke of Burgundy, Philip the Good.
“Holiday Cooking Class”
Saturday, December 2, 2023 at 11 AM CT
Let’s celebrate the holidays together through this cooking class with your hosts, Nicky Krieger-Loos and Marc Weydert. Stay tuned to www.lacs.lu for the announcement of the seasonal recipe we will be making.
Please contact Tara Williams with any press requests.
**The Luxembourg American Cultural Society’s mission is to preserve the roots of our heritage and nurture the leaves of ongoing relationships between Luxembourg and America.**
The Luxembourg American Cultural Society (LACS) in Belgium WI is seeking a paid Events Management & Marketing Intern for our Luxembourg Fest and other summer events. This is a great opportunity for anyone interested in fundraising, non-profit management, event management, hospitality, and marketing.
This genealogy-based conference will explore the effects of DNA on the average family history researcher and how the country of Luxembourg fits into the DNA landscape. Join us for what will be a fascinating and practical conference. This year’s conference will offer both a virtual AND in-person viewing option for all to enjoy.
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
We are celebrating our community by giving back!
The first week of February, the Luxembourg American Cultural Center will be open FREE to all residents of Ozaukee and Washington Counties!
Come on in during our open hours, February 1, 4, 5 and 6, 2021 and prove your residency (driver’s license is fine) for FREE entry to our center!
Monday, February 1: 10 am- 4 pm
Thursday, February 4: 10 am- 4 pm
Friday, February 5: 10 am- 4 pm
Saturday, February 6: 10 am- 4 pm