Talk of Turtle Lake - WJMC

"The Talk of Turtle Lake" on WJMC Radio 96.1 FM

Tune in each Friday morning before 7:30 a.m. to hear the broadcast of events in the area.  Contact Turtle Lake Chamber of Commerce by emailing your request to [email protected] to have your event considered for an upcoming broadcast. This can be any event you wish the general public to participate in.

P.O.D. at the St. Croix Casino

P.O.D. - “I GOT THAT • 2024 TOUR”

Formed in 1992 & based out of San Diego, CA, this American Christian nu metal band is performing at St. Croix Casino in Turtle Lake on Friday, May 24.
Joined by Bad Wolves, Norma Jean & Blind Channel, P.O.D is a 3-time Grammy Award® nominated band who have sold over 12 million records worldwide. This outdoor show starts at 7pm, with gates opening at 6pm.
General Admission Tickets $30.00
P.O.D. Meet & Greet Package $129.00
Bad Wolves Meet & Greet Package $105.00



Backyard Market

Come enjoy the local Farmer's Market in the Coffee Barn's backyard!

They will have a variety of vendors with homemade goods and produce for sale!


Memorial Day Services

The Donalds-Hylkema American Legion Post 137 will be traveling to several area cemeteries and memorial locations to pay tribute to our fallen Veteran's.  

The locations and start times are as follows:

9:30 AM - Turtle Lake Village Park for those buried in foreign lands. 
9:45 AM - Bethany Cemetery, West of Twin Town
10:00 AM - St. Charles Cemetery, Cty. D
10:15 AM - Moon Lake Cemetary, Cty K
10:30 AM - St. Ann's Cemetery, Cemetery Rd Turtle Lake
10:45 AM - Mount Hope Cemetery, US Hwy 63 South.
11:00 AM - Lakeview Cemetery, North 2nd St.
11:15 AM - Wayside Boat Landing, Upper Turtle Lake East wayside for those lost at sea.

Anyone who knows of a US Veteran's grave at one of the listed locations that does not have a flag, please call Dale Hove at 715-541-2012 or Stretch Broker at 715-556-5664



Free Fishing Weekend

Fish anywhere in Wisconsin without a license or trout stamp on Free Fishing Weekend!

This includes all inland waters and Wisconsin's side of the Great Lakes and Mississippi River. Other fishing rules apply, such as limits on the number and size of fish you can keep and any seasons when you must release certain fish species. So pack up the family or call your friends and head to the water for fishing fun!