beATL is excited to invite you to its fourth edition of its Belgian Potluck on January 27th, 2018. There are some changes to the formula so, please read carefully all the below crusty information!
The first change is the venue – for the first time, we will rent a clubhouse. The second change is that the rental comes at a cost and therefore, each participant will be requested to pay a $10 non-refundable entry fee per person, payable in advance [no money at the doors, no exception].
Put your dear self in your culinary gear and prepare some tasty homemade dish(es) – preferably with a Belgian taste – to share. We always have peers stressing about cooking so, don’t use it as an excuse: there are other ‘jobs’ available for you… We will have a sign-up sheet and each participating family must sign up to bring some Belgian homemade [we insist on that] culinary elements to the table!
Remember it is a kids-free evening, with just adults. For obvious reasons.
Don’t wait to RSVP since attendance is limited to 100 guests.
Details of the evening will be emailed to all registered beATL-members. If you didn’t get your invitation, contact your beATL Queen Patricia.
When: Saturday January 27th, 2018 at 5.30 pm (no late arrivals please … we can’t start without your food). Festivity runs until 10.30 pm.
Where: address will be privately shared in due time to those who RSVP-ed ‘in’
Parking: since this is in a private neighborhood, use the club house parking lot. In the event the lot is full, park on the same side of the street, without blocking any driveways or fire hydrants. Carpool if possible.
RSVP is a must [space is limited, no exception] – deadline to pay your entry fee is Monday 22/01!
Fee paid in advance is a must – details will be shared after registration
Sign up sheet is a must – details will be shared after registration
NO CHILDREN, no exception – must be 21 or over.
Some important tips:
although the term “potluck” suggests a random assortment of dishes, the idea is to focus on Belgian (style) food
bring your dish ready-to-eat in a to-go container; we are in a Club House with no kitchen
bring a serving dish and serving utensils; again: we are in a Club House …
label your dish(es) if they cannot be traced back to you
all those who are gluten intolerant, food allergenic, vegans or have any kind dietary challenge(s) are requested to bring their own food to avoid any mishaps.
Party guests are expected to help with the clean up …
Parking – $7 valet, metered parking, next door public self parking or for free parking: use the parking garage (BA Complex across the street from the pub) up to 3 hours for $0 if you ask for your validation sticker from your server or bartender [3-5 hours = $8]. Do NOT park in the library parking lot next to us unless there is an attendant present. You will be booted.
Join the Belgian American Chamber of the South for its annual New Year Celebration. Enjoy delicious Belgian beverages, tasty hors d’oeuvre and great networking opportunities. And don’t miss the chance to win a Tintin Comic Strip!
When – Friday, January 19, 2018 at 6 pm.
Where – the Lawyers Club of Atlanta | 1230 Peachtree Street NE, Suite 3850, Atlanta, GA 30309
Parking – Parking is available in the Promenade Parking Garage located next to the building. Parking passes will be validated.
Laleh Sharifi, Partner and Business Immigration Practice Group Leader of Smith Gambrell & Russell, will tell you howU.S. immigration policies impact you, your business and family. It is not simply a hot political issue to debate.
From compliance issues, internship and work visas to green cards and dual-citizenship, she will cover the current topics that affect our personal and business lives, and discuss the future of U.S. immigration. Laleh Sharifi, will also be available to answer your questions.
The Women’s Series is a collaborative initiative of the French, Netherlands, German and Belgian American Chambers of Commerce as well as the British American Business Council. Started in January 2014, the Women’s Series holds quarterly business events for professional women of the Atlanta international community. The goal of the Women’s Series is to bring educational and stimulating content to our attendees, while facilitating professional opportunities and networking among peers.
When: Thursday, December 7, 2017 from 6 – 8 pm
Where: Promenade II, 1230 Peachtree St NE, Suite 3100, Atlanta, GA 30309
Parking: parking lot at location – Parking will be validated.
Saint Nicolas/Sinterklaas is coming on Saturday December 2nd at 10 am. The Legend will have bags full of presents of all kinds (provided by you, dear parents) and goody bags. Polish your shoes, prepare some carrots and and practice those songs!
Join the Big ‘Molenwiek’ Saint Nicholas Celebration for all Belgian – French & Flemish speaking – children in the Atlanta area.
Please read carefully all the logistic infos!!! Presents, check and registration form are a must!
When: Saturday December 2nd from 10 am until 12.30 pm
Where: St. David’s Episcopal Church, 1015 Old Roswell Rd, Roswell, GA 30076
Parking: behind the Church and the entrance is on the left side of the playground.
Presents [not more than $15/present/child]: must be dropped in advance [see locations days and times below]. Bring a wrapped present for your child(ren) clearly marked with their full name(s).
Registration sheet [write on a piece of paper in block letters 1/ the details of the person in charge in your family with email address and 2/the first and last names of each person in your party] + payment [checks payable to de Molenwiek] must accompany all presents with at the latest with the name(s) of your child(ren) and including all adults attending the party.
Cost – to be paid by check to De Molenwiek at drop off of presents
$5 per child
kids aged 2 and under are free but must be registered.
$10 per adult, including grand-parents
Presents Drop off locations:
Friday November 17 between 9am and 12pm at st. Davids Episcopal Church, 1015 Old Roswell Rd., Roswell, GA 30076 [school is located backside of the Church]
All other days at the front porch of de Molenwiek, 1007 Applegate Dr., Roswell, GA 30076
beATL goes to Luzia, the latest Cirque du Soleil’s adventure. We have a group reservation for 25 persons, at a discounted price, for Thursday November 16th at 8 pm. This is an event for the whole family [and friends]! Registrations – with payment – will be first come, first serve.
Interested? Email us with us and we will contact you to arrange for the payment. Registrations are only valid if your payment is received before the deadline of October 15th.
When: Thursday November 16th, 2017 at 8 pm – Meeting Point and time will be confirmed to attendees.
Where: Atlantic Station | 241, 20th St, Atlanta, GA 30363
Price (price level 2):
Children <12: $50
Seniors 65+: $55
Deadline for registration and payment is Sunday October 15.
It’s not the first time that beATL is taking you to the magnificent Ponce City Market. Officially known as the Barrel Room Restaurant and Wine Bar, The City Winery has a very large area at the bar with lots of standing room, high-top tables, standard seating and large outdoor patio and is excited to accommodate our group on Thursday August 3rd, from 7 pm. Meet us UPSTAIRS, above ABV which entrance is to the left of Binder’s Art Supplies!
The City Winery has a nice menu for snacks and food, and even though it is wine-centric there is an adequate beer selection, including Palm…
When – Thursday August 3rd, 2017 – from 7 pm
Where – Barrel Room Restaurant and Wine Bar or The City Winery @ Ponce City Market | 650 North Ave NE, Ste 201, Atlanta, GA, 30308
Parking – The City Winery recommends parking on Glen Iris Drive, between Ponce De Leon Ave and North Ave NE. PCM has a huge parking lot: Pay Upon Arrival and remember your number plate! Parking can be paid with the so-easy-to-use Parkmobile App [users, enter 222 as your Zone Number] or via normal means of payment (credit, debit or exact cash $1, $5 or $10 – no change). First 30 min = $1.00 + $1.00 per additional 30 min | 4 – 8 hours is $10.00. PCM is donating the first $1 from every parking session to the Atlanta BeltLine project. There is also Valet Parking at $8.00 for up to 4 hours.
MARTA – the North Avenue MARTA station is 1.5 mile away, at the corner of W. Peachtree St NW or by bike: complimentary bike valet available at the beltline entrance.
As the political and economic environment in Europe shifts post-Brexit, and in light of major elections that are taking place, Belgium is seizing the moment to gain additional regional influence. Brussels houses most of the EU institutions and, despite of its size, the nation is considered an important global trader. Join the World Affairs Council of Atlanta as it hosts the Belgian Ambassador to the U.S., Dirk Wouters, for a conversation about where Belgium stands as the European Union goes through reorganization, and what it means for U.S. businesses with presence in this country. On May 25, President Trump attended a summit of NATO nations, and Ambassador Wouters will comment on the outcome of this official meeting.
The luncheon is supported by the Consulate General of Belgium in Atlanta, The Belgian American Chamber of the South, and the Atlanta Council on International Relations.
When: Wednesday, June 14th, 2017 from 11.30 am to 1.30 pm
Where: Commerce Club | 191 Peachtree St NE – 49th floor, Atlanta, GA 30303
Dutch after-school language classes will be offered from August 21st, 2017 at the Atlanta International School [AIS] as part of their new Heritage Language program. Below follow some interesting points and the contact details of Hermine Morrell who is coordinating this exciting program. Make sure to enroll quickly if interested!
The program is also open to non AIS families.
Classes meet twice a week, meaning 3 hours a week. The basis for the tuition fees is $25 per class. By charging $25 the groups can be self-funding with only three students which allows greater individualized support for your child and makes it possible for us to offer a greater range of languages and age groups.
The tutor will be an experienced native speaker, in partnership with De Molenwiek which will enable us to have access to their teachers.
The curriculum will be designed by AIS, inquiry based (with STEAM components) and inspired by the IB curriculum. AIS’s framework will not match the requirements of the R1 classes offered by De Molenwiek.
5K – Grade 2
3 – 4.30pm
8/21 to 12/13
Grades 3 to 5
Tues & Thurs
3 – 4.30pm
8/22 to 12/14
Contact Details: Hermine Morrell, Heritage Language Coordinator / French Language Acquisition Teacher | ATLANTA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, 2890 North Fulton Drive, Atlanta, GA 30305 – Direct phone (404) 841-2060 | email