Apple Blossom Festival can refer to several different events:
- Annapolis Valley Apple Blossom Festival, in Nova Scotia's Annapolis Valley
- Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival, in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley
- Washington State Apple Blossom Festival, in Wenatchee, Washington
- Williamson Apple Blossom Festival, in Williamson, New York
- Gettysburg Apple Blossom Festival, in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
- St. Joseph Apple Blossom Festival, in St. Joseph, Missouri
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... The Apple Blossom Festival is an annual agricultural and heritage celebration held in Nova Scotia's Annapolis Valley usually the last weekend of May ... The primary focus of the festival in recent decades has been to promote itself as a family event for all valley communities and visitors ... The Apple Blossom Festival has become one of the most important community festivals in Atlantic Canada ...
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