April 15, 2011 (Valley Center)--Heartbeat Classics Chevy Club hosts its 13th annual classic car show, the Heartbeat Happening XIII, on April 17 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Bates Nut Farm, 15954 Woods Valley Road in Valley Center. Activities include a craft fair with over 50 vendors, Lion's Club pancake breakfast, barbecue, car painting and petting zoo for the kids. The show and other events are free to the public.
The car show is a highlight in a two-day weekend craft show; on Saturday, April 16 the Easter Bunny will also hop by for a visit.
Sunday’s car show is open to all 1973 & older vehicles. New this year will be Big Rig Tractors (no trailers) and Low Rider Cars. Pre-registration to enter the event is $25 by April 1, at the event $30. Vendor rates for the car show side cost $50 for a 10'x20' space. (contact Pat Knutson: (760) 745-2064.) A raffle will also be held to raise money for Interfaith Community Services.
For more information on the car show visit http://heartbeatclassicchevys.com. For more info: call Rick Renouf (760) 751-1663 or Mark Pilch (760) 221-6869.
For more info on Bates Nut Farm, directions and a full calendar of events for the day, see http://www.batesnutfarm.biz/