Be scene.ATTENDNorthwest Artist Editions Program Launch PartyWhat: Local artists Elias Hansen, Victoria Haven, Isaac Layman, and Maki Tamura show off new works commissioned for Open Satellite’s annual limited-edition collection. Why: Layman’s entrancing photograph (pictured) depicting the inside of a cardboard box that once held liquor bottles. Plus, a party with music by DJWD4D. When: Sat., 7-10 p.m.Where: 989 112 Ave. NE, ste. 102, Bellevue (425-454-7355). Admission is free.ORDERWild Turkey Day DinnerWhat: Simply add your own bird to chef Christina Choi and Dave Sanford’s (formerly of The Corson Building) fantastic holiday feast for six. Why: The pros will make you look good with wild mushroom and sage dressing, parsnip mashed potatoes, and knoepfli casserole (made with a spaetzle-like noodle). When: Order by Fri. Pickup Nov. 25.Where: Orders to email@example.com (or at the restaurant). Pickup at Nettletown, 2238 Eastlake Ave. E. (206-588-3607).SUPPai’sWhat: The Thai-Hawaiian food truck hits the road with tasty, island-style plate lunches. Why: Kalua pork and lemongrass chicken with sides like papaya salad, spicy kimchee, and traditional macaroni salad. When: Tues.-Thurs., 11 a.m.-2 p.m.Where: Tues., 1515 Fairview Ave. E.; Wed., 1500 Broadway; Thurs., 621 Ninth Ave. Check the site for any schedule changes.READCookbooks for Chefs and FoodiesWhat: Whether you’re in charge of the bird or just bringing wine, study up on seasonings and best vintages with cookbooks from James Beard, Ina Garten, Jamie Oliver, and more.Why: You don’t want to give Grammy food poisoning — again.When: T-Day is a week away. The time is now.Where: Online at dailycandy.com.SWAPWill Bake for Food What: Get your hands on treats from 60 local food bloggers, as well as must-have edibles like Momofuku Milk Bar’s blueberries-and-cream cookies, Alderwood-smoked salt caramels, and Michael Chiarello’s orange and rosemary olive oil cake.Why: Exchange nonperishable canned goods for snacks whipped up by cookbook author Becky Selengut, Seattle Food Geek Scott Heimendinger, and others. All donations will benefit Northwest Harvest.When: Sat., 10 a.m.-2 p.m.Where: University Congregational Church, Ostrander Hall, 4515 16th Ave. NE.Photo: Isaac Layman, Liquor Store, 2010 Up to 65% off Cynthia RowleyA veritable jack-of-all-trades (mom, author, surfer), Cynthia Rowley designs some of our favorite dresses and separates — and we’re bringing them to you at up to 65% off on Swirl.