Adelanto Market Days To Celebrate Opening Day With Playtime Foundation Car Showdown

By Staff Reports

(Adelanto)–If you love custom cars, farm fresh produce and children charities then the Adelanto Market Days is the right place for you and your family. Located at 12000 Stadium Way, Adelanto (Stater Brothers Stadium) Adelanto Market Days will celebrate its 2011 End of Summer Kick-off on Sunday, August 21, 2011, from 8:30am – 1:00pm.  Featuring Playtime Foundation Car Showdown who strives to create awareness, excitement, and opportunity for the custom car/truck culture by giving back to the community through charitable works and contributions to sponsored charities.

Playtime Foundation sponsor events for several children’s charities in the Southern California area. Playtime Foundation has several charities it currently supports. These charities include: Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC) and The Ronald McDonald House.  As of last year, Playtime Foundation has also picked up Hillview Acres as another charitable cause.

This fun-filled event and car show will bring awareness to Juvenile Diabetes and childhood obesity while offering finest farm-raised produce California has to offer along with live music, local specialty retail vendors, themed events, children activities, and much more!

With an increasing demand and awareness for locally grown produce, the Adelanto Market Days will provide an outlet for California farmers to sell directly to the consumer. Whether you’re buying greens from San Bernardino County, squash from Kern County, fruit from Sanoma County, or an assortment of other products, you will know that a California Certified Farmers Market is behind the stand.

This important project, sponsored by the City of Adelanto, High Desert Farmer’s Market, and Lee & Associates Inland Empire North, Inc., will serve the Adelanto area in the High Desert in support of Healthy High Desert. This is your opportunity to participate, sponsor, or simply enjoy this wonderful collaborative event. For more information please contact Kerri Santoro at 760.247.3769 or visit

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