Today’s picks for political and civic nerds. 

For Saturday: 

Fair Fare 

Dine on artful plates of Washington’s finest produce to benefit the Equitable Food Initiative—a regional partnership of growers, food buyers, and advocates working toward a food system with greater ecological and labor integrity. RSVP required. 

Eat for Equity for Equitable Food Initiative, Sat Jan 19, 7pm, 747 16th Ave E, $15–$20 donation suggested.

For Friday:

Nix the Nukes 

Join guests from Hanford Challenge and Washington Physicians for Environmental Responsibility for a free screening of Don Argott’s righteous documentary, The Atomic States of America—a look into the bizarre state of global nuclear energy in the wake of Japan’s 2011 Fukushima disaster. 

'The Atomic States of America' Film Screening, Fri Jan 18, 7–9:30pm, Keystone Congregational UCC, 5019 Keystone Pl N, free.

And for Today: 

Never Too Cool for School 

Join Seattle Councilmembers and local business leaders at the opening for the famed east coast school’s latest foray into Puget Sound. Learn all about degree programs in everything from non-profit management to nursing, and consider changing your life path for the betterment of Seattle’s economy. 

Northeastern University's Seattle Campus Open House, Thu Jan 17, 4–7pm, Northeastern University – Seattle, 401 Terry Ave N, free. 

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