To recreate and hold dear that era in history, when good fellowship was prime, when our most effectual tool was prayer and a "good neighbor", when our forefathers well knew that a combined effort was the number one necessity for life.
To promote cultural, social and charitable functions around the counties, for the betterment of our immediate surroundings and for our "neighbors." To communicate with, assist, and accept assistance from all other Belgian American Clubs, wherever they may be located.
Meetings of the Peninsula Belgian-American Club are held the third Thursday of each month, April through October, at 7pm, at the old schoolhouse, adjacent to St. Mary of the Snows Church, Namur, Door County, Wisconsin.Learn more
Our surname list is used to connect club members so that they can help each other and share genealogical research. Please contact us if you are already a member of the PBAC club and would like to have your surnames added.Learn more
Between Green Bay and Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin is a region along the bay which is populated almost exclusively by people of Belgian origin. It is the largest rural settlement of people of this nationality in the entire United States.Learn more