Miracle Mile will be transformed tonight into a festival featuring classic car shows, three stages of live bands and dancing, a pin-up girl contest and street fair. The stages will be strategically placed to celebrate music from the ’40s, ’50s and ’60s. From 5 to 10 p.m., local artists and vendors will sell their paintings, photography, crafts and other goods. Miracle Mile Night is tonight on Pacific Avenue at Alpine Street. For information, call 565-2247. Admission is free.
“Down to the Sea” at the Knowlton Gallery
Today is the last day to see “Down to the Sea,” paintings of seascapes from Northern California artists. The show, on display at the Knowlton Gallery, features work by a variety of artists including locals, Lucinda Kasser, Peggi Kroll-Roberts and Gil Dellinger. Artists were inspired by the colors and sea itself. The Knowlton Gallery is located at 115 S. School St. in Lodi. For information, visit www.knowltongallery.com.
Open-Air Asian and Farmers Market
One of California’s oldest and most successful farmers markets is not far from home. Under Stockton’s Crosstown Freeway, Highway 4, is the weekly farmers market that draws in nearly 9,000 customers ever Saturday. Unlike other farmers markets, this one offers produce, herbs, fish and sweets from Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Korea, China and India. The Asian and Farmers Market runs from 6 to 10 a.m. on Saturdays. For information, call 481-7421.