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Listed below are current events in the area.  To jump to a specific date range, click one of the months above.
Event Dates and Times may vary, please call in advance to verify information; (800) 811-0338.

To Submit an Event, please Email:  clerk@turtlelakewi.com

March 2016

Location

Event Details

Contact Info

Open Gym/
Open Swim

6th/13th/20th
TL School Open Gym / Open Swim, Every Sunday Night, available to Turtle Lake Area Residents as a part of the Village's Parks & Recreation Program.   Admission:  $2.00 per Single Individual and $5.00 per Family.

Village Hall
(715) 986-2241

clerk@turtlelakewi.com
Board Meeting
21st
Village Hall The Regular Board Meeting will be held at the Village Hall and called to order at 6:30pm. Village Clerk
(715) 986-2241


admin@turtlelakewi.com

April 2016

Location

Event Details

Contact Info

American Legion
Smelt Fry

9 th
American Legion

 Smelt Fry, 4:00pm - 8:00pm.  Meal comes with plates that are served up with a type of potato, vegetable, coleslaw, and roll. Stay until your stuffed at this annual event.  Adults:  $8.00, Kids 12 & Under:  $4.00.

Take-Outs available by Calling: 
715-986-4631

Americal Legion Post 137
326 S. Maple St
Turtle Lake, WI
Ervin "Stretch" Broker
 715-556-5664

Easter Egg Hunt 
tba

Turtle Lake Public Library 

You are invited to the Library/Lions Club Easter Egg Hunt! Free face painting, great games and activities for all ages! Fun begins at Noon and goes until 2:00 pm.

Turtle Lake Library
715-986-4618 

Board Meeting
18th
Village Hall The Regular Board Meeting will be held at the Village Hall and called to order at 6:30pm. Village Hall
(715) 986-2241


clerk@turtlelakewi.com
Earth Week

Earth Day - Arbor Day

19th - 25th
 Throughout the Community Earth Day! The 9th Annual Earth Week celebration will be kicked off Monday, April 21st, Earth Day! The week will consist of various activities throughout  the community.  Visit the Earth Week Page in this site to learn more about previous projects and accomplishments.  See how you can help contribute! Danielle Maxwell-Parker -
Community Development
(715) 986-2241


clerk@turtlelakewi.com

Spring Clean-Up
Tuesday, April 21

7 am - 6 pm

Railway Park Spring Clean-Up will be held in Railway Park, behind Village Hall, from 7 am - 6pm for Village residents to dispose of large items, such as scrap metal, mattresses, appliances, tires and various other unwanted items that are difficult to dispose. Some trash items may have a cost associated with them.

Charges:
Appliances (A) $25 each Refrigerant item
Appliances (B) $10 per Mercury/porcelain items
Auto Tires $5 (small) or large tires $10
Metal Goods - FREE
Furniture - FREE
NO Garbage, leaves, brush, concrete, shingles, batteries, oil, etc, will be allowed.
 Village Hall
(715) 986-2241 clerk@turtlelakewi.com

Earth Week Presentation
22nd 
 

TL School Auditorium 

 Tuesday April 22nd 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. a presentation will be held at the Turtle Lake Auditorium.

 Danielle Maxwell-Parker -
Community Development
(715) 986-2241


clerk@turtlelakewi.com

Earth Week Activities
 
22nd
Village Park

Join Us in the Village Park and various other locations Tuesday April 22nd- 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. for our community event in the Park to celebrate Earth Week 2014.

We will work with Turtle Lake School District Staff and Students as they come out to help improve our community thru various projects during their Environmental Day.  The Public is welcome to join and pitch in during this event.

Danielle Maxwell-Parker -
Community Development
(715) 986-2241


clerk@turtlelakewi.com
Arbor Day
Tree Planting
&
Tree City USA
Celebration


25th
Village Park

Join us in the annual Tree Planting with our DNR Forester. At 1:00pm our Forester will meet with 4th graders at the Turtle Lake School to explain the importance and benefits of trees.

The students will then go out within the Village where they will partake in our annual tree planting.

Danielle Maxwell-Parker -
Community Development
(715) 986-2241


clerk@turtlelakewi.com

May 2015

Location

Event Details

Contact Info

Turtle Lake Farmers' Market

May 30 - Oct 25

 

Austad's Super Valu Parking Lot

Every Saturday Morning

Buy locally made crafts & fresh produce

 Village Hall
(715) 986-2241 clerk@turtlelakewi.com

St. Croix Casino
Anniversary Week

May 10 - 16
St. Croix Casino The St. Croix Casino will be celebrating their  Anniversary with prizes & fun! St. Croix Casino
1-800-U-GO-U-WIN


stcroix@stcroixcasino.com
Spring Market Day
16th
Village Park
&
Parkview United Methodist Church

The Turtle Lake Friends of the Library will be hosting a book sale, 8:00am - 2:00pm, in conjunction with the Garden Club's Plant Sale.

Vendors Wanted!

Dealer Space is available:  indoor, outdoor and covered spaces; for more information, contact Trudy.

Trudy Stachowiak
Evenings:   715-641-1009

trudyks@centurytel.net

Community-Wide Garage Sales
16th
Turtle Lake Maps are available at the Spring Market in the Village Park with listings of the various garage/rummage sales throughout Turtle Lake.

To advertise, contact Halco Press:  715-986-4675

Event is coordinated in conjunction with Spring Market Day - contact person should be to the Spring Market contact.

 Sales

Board Meeting
18th
Village Hall The Regular Board Meeting will be held at the Village Hall and called to order at 6:30pm. Village Clerk
(715) 986-2241


clerk@turtlelakewi.com

Board of Review and Open Book
20th 

Village Hall 

The assessment roll is available for examination for the Village of Turtle Lake and the Assessor will be present from 11:00 am - 1:00 pm.

Board of Review for the Village of Turtle Lake shall meet on Tuesday, May 20th, 2014 from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Board of Review 

Open Book

Opening of Musky Fishing Season
23rd
Statewide Contact WI Department of Natural Resources for lake information, laws, and licensing. WI DNR - Cumberland Office
(715) 822-3590

June 2015

Location

Event Details

Contact Info

Food Drive
1st -7th

St Croix Casino 

Share the gift of food and receive Turtle Bucks from St. Croix Casinos. Donate at least 2 non-perishable food items at any St. Croix Casino and recieve $5 in Turtle Bucks and a drawing entry.  Donate 5 or more and receive $10 in Turtle Bucks and a drawing entry.  Five $100 cash drawings at St. Croix Casino, Turtle Lake at 10 am Wednesday June 11th.  Valid players club card required. No government issued food items will be accepted.

St. Croix Casino 

National Trails Day
7th
Nationwide  Each year on the first Saturday in June it is National Trails Day.  On this day, there are events held throughout the United States to help promote awareness of the wide variety of benefits that trails provide, to encourage people to discover their local trails, to raise awareness of trail issues and to instill excitement for the outdoors.  http://nationaldaycalendar.com
Free Fishing Weekend
6-7th
Statewide

Enjoy free fishing this weekend courtesy of the WI DNR.  No fishing license required during this two-day event.

Residents and nonresidents are welcome!

 http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/Fishing/AnglerEducation/FreeFishingWeekend.html
AquaFest
5th - 14th
Rice Lake Aquafest will consist of a variety of events, activities and entertainment.  Visit the Aquafest website for a detailed schedule to plan your day! Aquafest
(800) 523-6318

www.aquafestonline.com

Celebration
of the Arts
13th
Tourist Park in Cumberland Come to see various arts, crafts, and more at the Tourist Park on Beaver Dam Lake in Cumberland.  Food and beverages are available on site so you can make a day of the event.  http://cumberlandetc.com
Clayton Cheese Days
19th -21st
Clayton

Three days to have fun and renew friendships. Parade, Queen pageant, tractor pull, and street dance, community wide garage sales, demolition derby (Sunday)and much more.

 For more details contact 715-948-2460

Falls Wannigan Days
12th - 14th
 

St. Croix Falls 

NEW WEEKEND!
Falls' Wannigan Days - The River Spirit Festival  Second Weekend of June

Wannigan Days 

Board Meeting
15th
Village Hall The Regular Board Meeting will be held at the Village Hall and called to order at 6:30pm. Village Clerk
(715) 986-2241


clerk@turtlelakewi.com
Clear Lake Heritage Days
25th - 28th
Clear Lake  The Clear Lake Heritage Days Celebration occurs on the last full weekend of June. Activities include a street dance, parade, games, demolition derby and a carnival. Clear Lake Community Center
(715) 263-2233
Hungry Hollow
26th - 28th
Show grounds: 5mi North of Barron on
Hwy. 25

The Hungry Hollow Steam and Gas Engine Club holds it's annual show the last full weekend in June. We are now located on our own show grounds between Barron & Rice Lake, WI. We gather to bring the past into the present for the enjoyment of all.

www.hungryhollowclub.com
July 2015 Location Event Details Contact Info
Freedom Festival
4th
Balsam Lake Annual Celebration
Fourth of July Spectacular
3rd - 4th
Cumberland Tourist Park 4th of July Celebration - This is a 2 day celebration beginning on the 3rd.The 3rd starts off with the Beer & Brat stand opening followed by live music in the evening. The 4th starts out with kiddie games, horse shoe tournament in the afternoon, followed with live music in the evening. Concluding this event is the AWESOME fireworks display beginning at dusk. Cumberland G.A.P.

shelleyawz@hotmail.com

Liberty Festival
4th
Chetek Chetek Liberty Festival
Fireworks
4th
Amery Annual Fireworks display
Turtle Lake Inter-County Fair
10th - 12th
 

Parade: July 12th
at 12:00pm

Village Park

Click for Fair Schedule

Click for Parade Registration Form

TL Fair sponsored by the Lions Club will be the second weekend of July full of food, rides, live music and family fun! Come out to enjoy the different events each day. Horse pulls, Tractor pulls, sheep/cattle shows, pancake breakfast, queen coronation, turtle races, Grand Parade on Sunday, Kid's Costume Parade, and much more!

Gary Solum - Lions Club
(715) 986-2268

Parade Info:  Jenny Swenson
715-986-4910 

Turtle Trot Race
11th
St. Ann's Center

Click Here for Registration Form

33rd Annual Turtle Trot Run or Walk for Fitness at the Turtle Lake Inter County Fair,
8:00 am, Saturday July 11th, 2015.
Sponsored by the Turtle Lake Lions Club.
All proceeds go to the Preschool Playhouse Child Care Center Turtle Lake, WI.
Three Events: 10 Kilometers, 2 mile Run, 2 mile run/walk
Schedule: 6:45 am - 7:45 late registration (St. Ann’s Center - Pine Street, Turtle Lake)
Course: Paved country roads, mostly flat. Traffic controlled throughout course with water stations. Walkers will not be timed. Watch for cows and turtles crossing!
Entry Fee: $15.00 if pre-registered on or before July 2nd.  $18.00 after  or day of the race.
Awards: Trophies and medals for both male and female contestants in several age
categories. T-shirts for all finishers.
For more information call:
(715) 986-4672

Make checks payable to Preschool Playhouse Child Care Center.

Spooner Rodeo
10th - 12th
Spooner Heart of the North  Annual Spooner Rodeo
Board Meeting
20th
Village Hall The Regular Board Meeting will be held at the Village Hall and called to order at 6:30pm. Village Clerk
(715) 986-2241


clerk@turtlelakewi.com
Barron County Fair
15th - 19th
Barron Co. Fair Grounds
Rice Lake
The Barron County Fair has exhibits, events, entertainment, and activities for all ages.  Barron County Fair
Hwy 48
Rice Lake, WI 54868
(715) 736-FAIR

www.barroncountyfair.com

Lucky Days
17th - 19th
Luck  Lucky Days is held every year during the third weekend in July. This weekend festival features fun for the whole family.  Special events include a bed race, parade, tractor pull, classic car show, bingo, 5k, softball tournament, medallion hunt, and much, much more.  Enjoy live music and the Danish treat Aebelskiver.
 
www.luckwisconsin.com
Polk County Fair
July 30th - Aug 2nd
St. Croix Falls Visit the Polk Co. Fair Website for the complete  Schedule of Events. www.polkcountyfair.com
Brewfest
25th
Clayton

Annual Celebration
   Noon - 5 pm


Hosted by the Clayton Lions Club

 

Richardson's Sportsmans Club
Clayton, WI 54004

Information:
715-948-2195

Lumberjack World Championships
2
4th - 26th
Hayward Lumberjack World Championships @ Hayward www.lumberjackworldchampionships.com

(715) 634-2484

August 2015 Location Event Details Contact Info

Jack Pine Savage Days
August 6 - 9

Spooner Jack Pine Savage Days - Live Music, Food, Games and Activities for all ages. www.jackpinesavagedays.com
National Night Out
4th
Turtle Lake
Village Park

Join us for family fun, music, expo of local businesses and health fair, tours of emergency vehicles and equipment, food and great prizes - for FREE!  It's a great big block party for the whole town! LifeLink Helicopter fly-in (dependent upon weather and availability)

Games for kids of all ages (each with prizes)

Sponsored by the Village of Turtle Lake and made possible by many volunteers and donations of  community organizations, businesses, and individuals of the Turtle Lake area.

For Booth Info, Contact:
Police Chief Al Gabe
715-986-2942

For Details of Event, Contact:
Danielle Maxwell-Parker at Village Hall
715-986-2241 x2

Car Show
9th
Village Park

Click Here for Flyer

The Cars, Crafts, and Rock-N-Roll in the Park will be held from 8am - 3pm. Registration for cars opens at 8:00am. Dash plaques will go to the first 200 entries and 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place trophies will be awarded to all classes. Registration fee is $5.00 per car and spectator admission is free. 1950's style music will be played and food and beverages are available on site. This event is sponsored by the Greater Turtle Lake Area Association. Jan Davis
(715) 986-4680

www.gtlaa.com


ltarman@centurytel.net
Craft Show
9th
Village Park The Craft Show is held 9:00am - 3:00pm and is located under the trees in the Village Park. There are over 50 craft vendors displaying their creations. This show is run in conjunction with the "Cars in the Park," also in the Village Park.

JoDee Tarman
715-986-2102
www.gtlaa.com


ltarman@centurytel.net

Board Meeting
17th
Village Hall The Regular Board Meeting will be held at the Village Hall and called to order at 6:30pm. Village Clerk
(715) 986-2241


clerk@turtlelakewi.com
Threshing Bee
14th - 16th
Sollman Farm The Moon Lake Thresherman's Association Threshing Bee will hold their annual threshing bee. Join in the fun and witness demonstrations of farming from yesteryear, antique cars, tractors, steam driven machinery, farm displays, slow tractor race, kids events, flea market, music and food served on grounds. Just 5 miles South on County Hwy. "K".  Two Day Event! 

This year don't miss the Gathering of the Orange! 
Tim Sollman
(715) 948-2533

www.moonlakeshow.org
 

Rutabaga Fest
27th - 30th
Cumberland Annual Rutabaga Festival with food, rides, games, contests, grand parade and much more!  A four day event with live music each night. Cumberland Chamber of Commerce
(715) 822-FEST
www.cumberland-wisconsin.com

 

St Ann's Fall Dinner Bazaar
23rd
St. Ann's Center

The St Ann's Fall Dinner Bazaar will be from 11:00 am - 2:00 pm.  Grilled chicken dinner with all the trimmings! And don't forget the pie!  Raffles, Fish pond, Cake walk sponsored by the St. Ann Council of Catholic Women. There will also be a Silent Auction sponsored by the Knights of Columbus. 

Adults $8.00, Kids 6-12 $4.00, 5 and under free!
Take outs available!

St Ann Council of Catholic Women
715-986-4697
GIANT
Sale & Auction

Sept 5th
Parkview Methodist Church  HUGE Garage Sale and Auction!!  Various items available, including clothes, toys, books, furniture, firewood, some livestock, antiques, and much more.  Sale begins at 7:30am and Auction items will begin at 11am.  All proceeds will go towards the annual Mission trip that takes place in January.

September 2015

Location

Event Details

Contact Info

Town & Country Days & 6th Annual
Shell Lake Car & Bike Show

4th - 6th
 

Shell Lake

Celebrate Labor Day Weekend in Shell Lake with a lake run, food booths, chocolate festival, truck pull, tractor pull, kiddie and grand parades, sailing regatta, games, contests, arts & crafts show, and a fly-in breakfast.

Car & Bike Show benefits local organization - Timeout Abuse Outreach Program of Washburn County. 

The Timeout Abuse Outreach Program provides sensitive services, safe shelter and advocacy for domestic violence and sexual assault victims in Washburn County.  Timeout also has additional locations that serve Rusk and Price counties.

www.shelllake.org - Schedule of Events
Amery Fall Festival
17th - 20th
Amery Annual Celebration

Activities throughout the city of Amery

 

Information:
715-268-8101

Orchards Open
Mid- September
2 locations West of Turtle Lake on Hwy 8 Deedon Lake Orchard - Certified Organic through the Midwest Organic Services since 2010 and before that were Certified Naturally Grown for two years.
Open in the fall for U-Pick and ready picked apples.

Nature's Select Orchard - Pick your own apples, pumpkins and popcorn.  Free Hayrides.

Visit each website for more details.

www.deedonlake.com

www.naturesselectorchard.net

Board Meeting
21
st
Village Hall The Regular Board Meeting will be held at the Village Hall and called to order at 6:30pm. Village Clerk
(715) 986-2241


clerk@turtlelakewi.com

Parkview's Annual Harvest Dinner
27th
Parkview United Methodist Church

11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Chicken dinner with
Mashed Potatoes and Gravy
Fresh Garden Vegetables
Cranberries, Corn, Coleslaw, Dinner Rolls, Homemade Pie and Ice Cream

Adults:  $8.00
6-12 Years:  $4.00
5 and Under:  Free

Take Out Dinners available

Parkview United Methodist Church
Corner of Highways 8 & 63 North

715-986-2467

Anniversary Celebration
30th

 
Turtle Lake Physical Therapy & Rehab Specialists

Join us for an open house to celebrate 10 years of service to our community. We will be celebrating with a pie and ice cream social from 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm.  Door prizes will be given away including a stay at the Chula Vista Resort for 4 in Wisconsin Dells and a $25 voucher to one of 3 restaurants. Also giving away 4 Mall of America passes which include tickets to the Nickelodeon Universe, Moose Mountain Adventure Golf and the Skydeck Bowling Alley!


 

Turtle Lake Physical Therapy & Rehab Specialists

October 2015

Location

Event Details

Contact Info

Orchards Open
Mid- September
 West of Turtle Lake on Hwy 8
Open in the fall for U-Pick and ready picked apples.

Nature's Select Orchard - Pick your own apples, pumpkins and popcorn.  Free Hayrides.

Visit each website for more details.

 

www.naturesselectorchard.net

Zion Lutheran's Annual Fall Dinner Zion Lutheran Church
300 Martin Ave West
(Corner of Martin Ave. & Pine St.)
Wednesday, Oct 7th 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Roast Beef & Pork
Mashed Potatoes & Gravy
Squash, Green Been Casserole, Rolls
Pie, Coffee and Milk

Free Will Offering

For more info call: (715) 986-4927
TL Fire District Gun Show
2nd - 3rd
TL Fire Hall Buy-Sell-Trade-Browse!   Annual Fall Gun Show - Open to the Public  - Raffle Drawing - Food & Refreshments available
Friday - 4:00pm - 8:00pm
Saturday - 8:00am - 3:00pm
Admission: $4.00/person;
12 & under: Free
Turtle Lake Fire District
(715) 986-4516
Board Meeting
19th
Village Hall The Regular Board Meeting will be held at the Village Hall and called to order at 6:30pm. Village Clerk
(715) 986-2241


clerk@turtlelakewi.com

 Chicken Dinner

11th

Christ Lutheran Church Pipe Lake Family Style Chicken Diner with mashed potatoes and gravy, cole slaw, corn, cranberries, bun, pie and beverage.
Adults $8.00, kids 6-12 $4.50,
5 and under FREE! (dine in with adult only)
Sunday School Fish Pond, Bazaar, Bake Sale, and Gift Certificates available by calling 715-986-4574
Christ Lutheran Church - Pipe Lake
1994 20th St (Polk Co Jct T & G)
Comstock, WI
Farm Toy Show

18th
Turtle Lake School The 26th Annual Turtle Lake FFA Alumni Farm Toy & Craft Show will be held from 9am - 3pm at the Turtle Lake School located at 205 Oak Street North. View a variety of toy exhibits and handmade crafts. There will be door prizes and a lunch stand available. Admission is $2.00 for adults and $1.00 for students, ages 5 and under are Free! Bruce Stafne
(715) 357-6170
Parkview United Methodist Church
Fall Harvest Carnival

31st
 

Parkview Methodist Church Join in for food, games, and prizes on  Halloween night, 5:00pm - 7:00pm.  This Carnival is designed for kids of all ages. For More Info:
(715) 986-2467

November 2015

Location

Event Details

Contact Info

American Legion Vet's Dance
7th
American Legion Come for the live music, dancing and atmosphere at the American Legion Vet's Dance. Enjoy music from the Jim Armstrong Band. This annual event is open to the public. Ervin "Stretch" Broker
(715) 986-4667

Community Thanksgiving Church Service

24th

Parkview United Methodist Church 

Held the Tuesday before Thanksgiving at 
7:00 pm

Everyone is welcome to join in fellowship for a special Thanksgiving Service.   

Parkview United Methodist Church
Corner of Hwy 8 & 63 North
715-986-2467 

Board Meeting
16th
Village Hall The Regular Board Meeting will be held at the Village Hall and called to order at 6:30pm. Village Clerk
(715) 986-2241


clerk@turtlelakewi.com

December 2015

Location

Event Details

Contact Info

Lights in the Park
Month
of
December
Village Park

The Christmas Lighting in the Park will kick off on the first Saturday in December at 5:30 pm. and will remain lit until after the New Year.  Join us for this event and enjoy the Chamber Christmas with Santa as well.  The Park will remain open to vehicles to view the lights and to individuals out for an evening stroll, Dusk - 10:00pm & 11pm on Weekends. Enjoy the lights and festivities this Holiday Season! Jeff Hoffman - TL Lions Club
(715) 986-4257
Dinner Theater

18th & 20th

Parkview United Methodist Church Friday Dec. 18 , (appetizers at 6pm show at 6:30pm) and Sunday Dec. 20 (appetizers at 5 pm, show at 5:30pm).  Come and enjoy a delightful Christmas comedy while being served a delicious 4 course meal.  Catering provided by Judy's in the Country and play presented by the Parkview Players. Cost is only $13/person Make your reservation today so you don't miss out on this wonderful Christmas tradition. For Reservations please call Parkview UMC at 715-986-2467

Chamber Christmas

5th 

Turtle Lake Village Park Middle Shelter

5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Free Picture with Santa & Goodie Bag for the Kids. 
Door Prize Drawings. Must be present to win.
Cookies, Cider or Hot Chocolate will be served by Chamber members.
 

Official Lighting of the Park with the Lions Club to follow at 5:30 pm.

Zion Lutheran's Christmas Bake Sale & Bazaar
5th

 

Zion Lutheran Church 

December 5th  8:00 am - Noon

Cookie Walk-Choose your Assortment of Cookies and Baked Goods and Pay by the Pound.

Christmas Cookies, Bars, Candies, & Breads
Christmas Decorations & Craft Items 

Zion Lutheran Church in Turtle Lake
300 Martin Ave West
715-986-4927  

Board Meeting
21st
Village Hall The Regular Board Meeting will be held at the Village Hall and called to order at 6:30pm. Village Clerk
(715) 986-2241


clerk@turtlelakewi.com
January 2016

Location

Event Details

Contact Info

Happy New Year Check out the Turtle Lake Times for area events and parties to celebrate the start of the New Year!
Through Jan. 31st

Online

Soccer Registration

.

Apple River Soccer Club is excited to kick off another great season of Youth Soccer. This program is open to all players ages 4 - 18.  Everyone plays, balanced teams, Open registration, Positive Coaching, Good Sportsmanship and Player Development.

CHECK the APPLE RIVER SOCCER CLUB FACEBOOK PAGE FOR INFORMATION
Online registration is open December 1st thru January 31st.

www.ayso1236.us
Ice Fishing Contest
17th
Upper Turtle Lake

January 17th
11 am - 3 pm
Upper Turtle Lake

Annual Ice Fishing contest sponsored by the Almena Sportsman's Club.

Lots of great Prizes!

Almena Sportsman's Club

Open Gym/Swim
24th
TL School Open Gym / Open Swim, Every Sunday Night, available to Turtle Lake Area Residents as a part of the Village's Parks & Recreation Program.   Admission:  $2.00 per Single Individual and $5.00 per Family.  Season Passes available:  $30/Family & $12/Single.

Open Gym / Open Swim Closed:  February 7th.

Village Hall
(715) 986-2241

clerk@turtlelakewi.com
Board Meeting
18th
Village Hall The Regular Board Meeting will be held at the Village Hall and called to order at 6:30pm. Village Clerk
(715) 986-2241


clerk@turtlelakewi.com
Open Gym/
Open Swim

31st
TL School Open Gym / Open Swim, Every Sunday Night, available to Turtle Lake Area Residents as a part of the Village's Parks & Recreation Program.   Admission:  $2.00 per Single Individual and $5.00 per Family.  Season Passes available:  $30/Family & $12/Single.

Open Gym / Open Swim Closed:  February 7th.

Village Hall
(715) 986-2241

clerk@turtlelakewi.com
February 2016

Location

Event Details

Contact Info

19th Turtle Lake School Commons

Belgian Waffle Supper
4:30 0 7:30 PM
All you can EAT Waffles!
Dinner includes beverage and sausage and lots of tasty syrup!

Adults $7.00
Students (6 - 17) $5.00
Under 5 eats Free!

Show your School Spirit and bring your appetite!  This annual event is a fan favorite and open to everyone!

This event is sponsored by the Turtle Lake Music Boosters and supports our Turtle Lake Music Department. 

To volunteer or get more information call the school at 715-986-4470.
Open Gym/
Open Swim

14th
TL School

 

Open Gym / Open Swim, Every Sunday Night, available to Turtle Lake Area Residents as a part of the Village's Parks & Recreation Program.   Admission:  $2.00 per Single Individual and $5.00 per Family.  Season Passes available:  $30/Family & $12/Single.

Village Hall
(715) 986-2241
Colleen Tolliver: Community Education
715-986-4470
clerk@turtlelakewi.com
21st Lake Magnor

Richardson Sportsmen's Club
Ice Fishing Contest
Always the third Sunday of February

11:00 am - 4:00 pm

Cash prizes for fish, raffle tickets (must have raffle ticket to enter a fish. tickets available on the ice.


Food & Beverages available at contest

Richardson Sportsmen's Club
Open Gym/
Open Swim

21st
TL School Open Gym / Open Swim, Every Sunday Night, available to Turtle Lake Area Residents as a part of the Village's Parks & Recreation Program.   Admission:  $2.00 per Single Individual and $5.00 per Family.  Season Passes available:  $30/Family & $12/Single.

Village Hall
(715) 986-2241

clerk@turtlelakewi.com
Board Meeting
15th
Village Hall The Regular Board Meeting will be held at the Village Hall and called to order at 6:30pm. Village Clerk
(715) 986-2241


clerk@turtlelakewi.com
Open Gym/
Open Swim

28th
TL School Open Gym / Open Swim, Every Sunday Night, available to Turtle Lake Area Residents as a part of the Village's Parks & Recreation Program.   Admission:  $2.00 per Single Individual and $5.00 per Family.  Season Passes available:  $30/Family & $12/Single.

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(715) 986-2241

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