The Wrack

The Wrack is the Wells Reserve blog, our collective logbook on the web.

Posts tagged punkinfiddle

  • On the Punkinfiddle Main Stage

    | September 28, 2009 | Filed under: Culture

    We have had the pleasure of hosting a wonderful series of performances at Punkinfiddle and once again thank all the artists who have appeared on the stage. We list them here.

  • We have our winner!

    | October 2, 2006
    Dana Fischer of Portland was the lucky winner of our 2006 kayak raffle. His daughter Eve came to the Reserve today with her mom and enjoyed giving the kayak a "dry run" out on the Laudholm lawn. Congratulations, Fischer family! The kayak raffle, for an Old Town Dirigo 120, was sponsored by…
  • Prepping the Punkinfiddle pumpkin patch

    | June 1, 2006
    Eight York County Master Gardeners did extensive work on the 3-year-old pumpkin patch today, preparing it for its fourth crop. The starts are ready to be planted. This year, we've got seeds from a 742-pound giant, so watch the patch to see how those grow. Lumina, Cinderella, and Sugar pie pumpkins …
  • Information for prospective Punkinfiddle performers

    | February 2, 2005

    History, pumpkins, and fiddles were the conceptual underpinnings for the first Punkinfiddle festival. Fiddle music remains a key part of the festival. With the 2006 merging of Punkinfiddle and our National Estuaries Day celebration, environmental education became another key component of the event.

    Main stage acts must feature a fiddler, environmental education value, or both.