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Upcoming events

    • 04 Mar 2017
    • 2:45 PM
    • 1000 Brussels
    • 9
    A Guided Visit to the BELvue Museum

    Join us on Saturday, March 4 for a guided visit of the recently renovated Bellevue Museum. Chips, beer and chocolates... surely there is more to Belgium than that? Democracy, prosperity, solidarity, pluralism, migration, languages and Europe: these are the themes used by the BELvue Museum to help you to discover Belgium. Each one is developed through present-day testimonials and then traced right through history. This is a modern, original way of gaining a fuller understanding of modern-day Belgium.

    Have a look at the gallery too: there are more than 200 objects to view, each one forming a tangible memory of Belgium. Here are just a few examples: a lithograph by Magritte, a motorcycle, crystal vases by Val Saint-Lambert, and a football signed by the Red Devils. The very essence of Belgian-ness!

    After the visit, those who wish to may join us for a drink or a coffee in the neighborhood.

    Please note that this event is limited to 20 participants. 

    Event Details:
    Date: Saturday, March 4, 2017.
    Time: 2:45 p.m.
    Place: BELvue Museum, Place des Palais 7, 1000 Brussels.
    Public Transportation: buses 27, 38, 71, 95 and trams 92 and 93: Royale/Koning; buses 22 and 54: Trône/Troon.
    Price: €25. ACB/AWCB/CCB members receive a discounted price of €20.
    Reservations are due by Wednesday, March 1 at
    in advance to ACB account BE55427919588144 (KREDBEBB). Please mention “Belvue” in the reference section of the bank transfer. Online payment with a credit card is also possible (through PayPal, but no actual PayPal account is required); pay when registering or use the link provided in the invoice.

    are possible until noon on Wednesday, March 1. Participants canceling after this time, as well as no-shows, are charged the full cost of the event.

    • 08 Mar 2017
    • 13 Dec 2017
    • 10 sessions
    • See event details.
    The Canadian Club of Belgium,
    The American Club of Brussels &
    The American Women's Club of Brussels

    welcome you to our Reading Group
    on the second Wednesday of the month
    [7:00–9:00 p.m.]

    (CCB, ACB and AWCB members only)

    We ask you to present a book of your choice (American or Canadian authors preferred) that you have read and really enjoyed. This will give all members, passionate about reading, a chance to read and discuss different literary genres.

    Even if you have not read the selected book and if you do not have a book you wish to present, please feel free to join us anyway – even at the last minute.

    Reading Group Contact
    (also for venue details)
    Geneviève Bergiers
    Tel. 02/660.57.65

    •  •  •

    2017 dates open for your suggestions:
    • May 10
    • June 14
    • August 9
    • September 13
    • October 11
    • November 8
    • December 13

    On March 8, Kim Masiero will present:

    The Wonder
    by Emma
    Donoghue (Ireland/Canada)

    The Irish Midlands, 1859. An English nurse, Lib Wright, is summoned to a tiny village to observe what some are claiming as a medical anomaly or a miracle - a girl said to have survived without food for months. Tourists have flocked to the cabin of eleven-year-old Anna O'Donnell, and a journalist has come down to cover the sensation.

    The Wonder is a tale of two strangers who transform each other's lives, a psychological thriller, and a story of love pitted against evil.


    On April 12, Ana Ooms will present:

    The Swans of Fifth Avenue
    by Melanie Benjamin

    Melanie Benjamin is an American author, native of the Midwest and living in Chicago, known for writing historical novels. Her bibliography includes The Aviator’s Wife (about Ann Morrow Lindbergh), Alice I Have Been (Alice Liddell, the inspiration for Alice in Wonderland) and The Autobiography of Mrs. Tom Thumb (the story of 32-inch-tall Lavinia Warren Stratton). 

    The Swans of Fifth Avenue, her latest novel, is the story of how Truman Capote gains an unlikely entrée into the lives of Manhattan’s elite through his friendships with the socialites he called his swans. He was particularly favored by Babe Paley and, through her, he was given unparalleled access to the scandal and gossip of her powerful friends. But a story teller cannot keep a secret, and Truman Capote least of all, even if it leads to his downfall after parts of his unfinished novel Answered Prayers are published in Esquire magazine. 

    Readers who would like to become more familiar with the topic of the book can read up on it following this link:


    On July 12, Geneviève Bergiers will present:

    The Shipping News
    by Annie Proulx (USA)

    The American novelist Annie Proulx was a journalist before becoming a novelist. She lived in Vermont, then in Wyoming, spending part of the year in northern Newfoundland on a small cove. She now lives in Seattle, Washington.

    The Shipping News won the Pulitzer and the U.S. National Book award.

    Quoyle's life is collapsing after his parents' joint suicide and his unfaithful wife Petal being killed in a car accident.
    His aunt Agnis Hamm convinces him to make a new beginning by returning to their ancestral home in Newfoundland. He learns deep and disturbing secrets about his ancestors that emerge in strange ways...

    Nevertheless, as Quoyle builds his new life, he is transformed...

    More info about the Clubs:
    • 11 Mar 2017
    • Steigenberger Grand Hotel, 1050 Brussels
    The Irish Ball 2017

    It’s that time of the year again!

    Join the members of the Irish Club of Belgium for its annual Irish Ball, which has been proven to be an outstanding annual event. Lots of great food, great people and fabulous entertainment. The Irish Club of Belgium would like to let you know they'd be honoured if you would consider joining them again in 2017. Perhaps you might even be good enough to put together a table of your friends.

    The Irish Club of Belgium’s annual Irish Ball will take place on March 11th at the Steigenberger Wiltcher’s Hotel, Avenue Louise 71, 1050 Brussels (Ixelles).
    Dress code: black tie/evening wear.

    Ticket prices are €89 for members of the Irish Club of Belgium and for members of the American Club of Brussels, and €99 for non-members. The Irish Club of Belgium will be very happy to welcome anyone who wishes to attend.

    Booking for the Irish Ball is now open.
    Book early to avoid disappointment. Over 18’s only.

     Info & reservations: or
    or GSM 0476/71.33.29

    • 14 Mar 2017
    • 7:00 PM
    • The Old Oak, 1000 Brussels

    Second Tuesday
    Historic Bar Tour

    March 14, 2017

    The Old Oak
    Rue Franklin 26
    1000 Brussels

    Join other beer and Brussels lovers for a pre-St. Patrick’s Day celebration as we embark on another Second Tuesday Historic Bar Tour social hour. This month we leave the center of the city and travel to the Quartier Européen for an Irish pub. The pub not only has a selection of Belgian beers but Irish beers to get you ready for St. Patrick’s Day.  

    Review from the website
    “A full-on Irish pub in Brussels' European Quarter, the Old Oak is awash with old-world paraphernalia, Celtic charm and television screens showing whatever football game is on in Europe. It draws in lively young Eurocrats and has a bit of atmosphere.  The pub is housed in a deep, slim nineteenth century building, but a massive stain glass roof in the back room prevents the place getting too dingy.”

    The Historic Bar Tour events are held the second Tuesday of each month and take place at different and great locations throughout the city of Brussels.

    Event Details:
    Tuesday, March 14.
    Time: 7:00 p.m.
    Place: Rue Franklin 26, 1000 Brussels; tel. 0489/73.76.57.
    Public transport:
    Metros #1 & #5, Train S8, Bus #60:  Schuman.
    Dependent on your own consumption.
    Sign up:
    Please register by Monday, March 13, at
    so that we know how many to expect. Thank you.

    Further information or to find the ACB group:
    Text or call Carl Mir at 0494/27.97.63.

    • 16 Mar 2017
    • 7:30 PM
    • La Table du Domaine, 1190 Brussels

    Dine-Out at La Table du Domaine
    March16, 2017

    Please join us for our March Dine-Out on March 16 at La Table du Domaine, an excellent restaurant in an unusual venue: a tennis club. Located near Altitude Cent in Forest, the club and restaurant have a beautiful view of most of Brussels. Serving traditional Belgian/French cuisine, the restaurant has a huge following among inhabitants of Forest and nearby communes. It offers delicious food in a very cozy atmosphere. 

    Dine-outs are a great opportunity to meet old friends and make some new ones. If you have not yet been to a Dine-Out, or are looking to discover new restaurants in Brussels, this is the event for you.


      Duo de croquettes aux crevettes grises
    Carpaccio de boeuf aux cropeaux de parmesan et sa salade de roquette
    Main Course
    Saumon grille, sauce Choron,
    pommes grenailles
    Steak aux deux sauces,
    pommes frites
    et ananas

    Soufflé glacé au Grand Marnier
    La dame blanche


    Please indicate your menu choices when registering. Thank you.

    Event Details:
    Date: Thursday, March 16, 2017.
    Time: 7:30 p.m.

    Place: Forest Domaine, Avenue du Domaine 150, 1190 Forest.
    Public Transportation: Bus 48: Domaine.

    Parking: Generally, there is plenty of free parking on Avenue Minerve, directly across from Forest Domaine.
    €50. ACB/AWCB/CCB members receive a discounted price of €45.
    Price includes an apéritif, water, a half bottle of red or white wine, and coffee per person.

    are due by Tuesday, March 14 at:
    in advance to ACB account BE55427919588144 (KREDBEBB). Please mention “March Dine-out” in the reference section of the bank transfer.
    Online payment with a credit card is also possible (through PayPal, but no actual PayPal account is required); pay when registering or use the link provided in the invoice.
    are possible until noon on Tuesday, March 14. Participants canceling after this time, as well as no-shows, are charged the full cost of the event.


    • 20 Mar 2017
    • 7:00 PM
    • CHEZWaWa, 1050 Brussels

    Game Night at CHEZWaWa

    Monday, March 20, 2017

    The American Club of Brussels and our friends at CHEZWaWa invite you to join us as we revive that greatest of traditional past times, 'The Game Night'! We're taking it back to the days before the internet and bringing the board games back. Chess, Monopoly, Scrabble...Snakes & Ladders! Hell, weather permitting, we could even try some Twister for the more flexible among us.

    If you have any board games at home, please bring them along and join in the fun!

    We look forward to seeing you there!

    Event details:
    Date: Monday, March 20, 2017.
    Time: 7:00 p.m. until ?
    Place: CHEZWaWa, Rue Américaine 91, 1050 Brussels (tel. 02/534.63.30).
    Public Transportation: Bus 54 (Trinité), bus 60 (Washington), tram 81 (Trinité).
    Price: depending on your own consumption.
    Reservations are due by Thursday, March 16, at:
    : If you signed up but cannot attend, please let us know. Thank you.

    • 22 Mar 2017
    • 6:00 PM
    • ING, 1040 Brussels
    American Financial Forum

    Interested in planning for your financial future? Join the American Club for the 4th Annual American Financial Forum where we will have several speakers address various topics relating to the personal financial situation of Americans residing in Belgium.

    Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. with presentations, a keynote speaker and panel discussions. The program will end at 8:15 p.m. A full list of presenters and topics will be published shortly.

    Event details:
    Wednesday, March 22, 2017.
    Time: 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
    Place: ING, Cours Saint Michel/Sint-Michielswarande 60, 1040 Brussels.
    Price: €10. Free entry for ACB/AWCB/CCB members and speakers’ guests.
    Sign up: Please register by Monday, March 20 so that we know how many to expect. Event url: Payment in advance to ACB account BE55427919588144 (KREDBEBB). Please mention “Financial Forum” in the reference section of the bank transfer. Online payment with a credit card is also possible (through PayPal, but no actual PayPal account is required); pay when registering or use the link provided in the invoice.
    Cancellations are possible until noon on Monday, March 20. Participants canceling after this time, as well as no-shows, are charged the full cost of the event.

    • 31 Mar 2017
    • 6:30 PM
    • Renaissance Hotel, 1050 Brussels

    Final Friday Drinks

    Friday, March 31
    6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.


    Renaissance Brussels Hotel
    Rue du Parnasse 19
    1050 Brussels

    The American Club of Brussels invites you for an evening of fun, socializing and chatting! Everyone is welcome! Bring friends!

    We’ve arranged special deals on beer and wine and the cash bar is open to all. 

    Final Friday events are held the last Friday of each month and take place at different, great locations throughout the city. So plan to attend future Final Fridays as well.

    Please pre-register. Thank you.

    Event url:

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