The Apple Blossom Festival opens the tourist season in the Annapolis Valley. It is a springtime celebration of the Valley’s traditions and agricultural heritage.
Some of the highlights of the festival include the Grand Street Parade, the Leadership Competition (crowning of Queen Annapolisa), musical performances, and fireworks.
As part of the Apple Blossom Festival, Wolfville hosts a community Princess Tea to crown a community ambassador to represent Wolfville in the Leadership Competition.
Our 2016 Leadership Candidate is Marlianda Czapalay!
Marlianda Czapalay, is the 20 year-old daughter of Vicki Harris, and Randall Czapalay, graduated from Horton High School in 2014, and is currently enrolled in the Continuing Care program at NSCC Kingstec. Marlianda is an active member in the St. John’s Anglican Church, and has partaken in numerous activities in her church. She has been their youth delegate for the past 3 years. Marlianda has a passion for social justice and has partaken in “Move Your World”: a Red Cross leadership program. She enjoys animals, and has taken part in the Eastern Kings 4-H program. Marlianda is also passionate about sports, and has played hockey for Acadia Minor Hockey Association. Marlianda’s, employment with McDonald’s has developed her passion for helping others, and helped her choose a rewarding future in the field of nursing. Marlianda is delighted to be part of the 84th annual Apple Blossom Festival!
Our Child attendant this year is Colette Peng, the 8 year-old daughter of Gwen and Jainan Peng
For more information about the Apple Blossom Festival events visit appleblossom.com.