Travel: On The Road

Life is a festival, so celebrate your passion--or find a new one--by getting together with folks who share it. Here's a sampling of great events from Missoula to Montreal

Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival

Over the centuries, the pretty little town of Winchester, Va., has seen more than its share of bloodshed. In the 18th century, George Washington set up his headquarters there during the French and Indian War. In the 19th century, the town reputedly changed hands more than 70 times in the course of the Civil War and served alternately as headquarters for both Confederate General Stonewall Jackson and Union General Philip Sheridan.

Since 1924, though, Winchester has become known for its role in a more peaceable event: it plays host to the annual Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival, which...

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