The U-District Food Bank serves more than 1,000 families a week out of an 800-square-foot church basement. Their proposed new facility will have four stories of youth-focused low-income housing, plus job training and counseling spaces. Also, food bank patrons will no longer have to wait outside in the rain. Tonight, help fund the building at a food truck roundup: Your $25 donation gets you food from eight different trucks (including Skillet, Veraci, and Seattle Biscuit Company), along with four tastings of local booze, and live music by the Blackberry Bushes, the Washover Fans, and Ali Marcus. (Phinney Neighborhood Center, 6532 Phinney Ave N, udistrictfoodbank.org, 3–7 pm, $25/$100 with community cookbook, 21+)

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