Free football program at San Pablo Park

A free football mini camp and mentoring program for ages 5 to 18 is offered 1 to 3:30 p.m. on Saturdays through July 26 at San Pablo Park, 2800 Park St. in Berkeley.

For more details or to register, contact coach Todd Walker at 510-761-4515.

Dance photography exhibit opens at library

An exhibit of large-scale archival pigment prints from the Bay Area dance series of Berkeley photographer David Jouris is at the Central Library, 2090 Kittredge St., through July 6.

The community can meet and talk with the photographer at a reception at 2 p.m. June 1.

For more details 510-981-6241.

The free program is sponsored by the Friends of the Berkeley Public Library (www.berkeleylibraryfriends.org).

Luncheon will honor radio station KSAN

A luncheon celebrating KSAN, the legendary San Francisco radio station of the 1960s and '70s, will be held at 11:30 a.m. June 5 at Spenger's Fresh Fish Grotto, 1919 Fourth St. in Berkeley.

The luncheon, a reunion of Jive 95 alumni, will make KSAN the first FM station to receive the Legendary Station Award from the Broadcast Legends, the California Historical Radio Society and the Bay Area Radio Museum & Hall of Fame.

For details and reservations visit www.BroadcastLegends.com.

Donations needed for 'Stamp Out Hunger' day

Helping children and families who are hungry is as simple as putting some canned goods in a bag and leaving it by your mailbox on May 10. Your letter carrier will do the rest.

May 10 is the 22nd annual "Stamp Out Hunger" food drive by the National Association of Letter Carriers. It's the largest single-day food drive in the United States and the 900 members of Branch 193 of the NALC are ready to do their part.

Local carriers will pick up donations left by mailboxes when they're delivering mail and take it back to their postal stations, where it will be picked up and delivered to area food banks.

While all donations are appreciated, the items most needed for distribution are meals in a can, such as stew, chili, soups, tuna and canned meats; peanut butter; canned foods with pop-top lids; low-sugar cereals; 100 percent fruit juices in single serving boxes; canned fruit packed in juice; and low-salt canned vegetables.

Donations in cans, plastic or cardboard are preferred.

Visit shfb.org and helpstampouthunger.com for more information.

Garden group hosting storytime for children

Urban Adamah, 1050 Parker St., is holding its first-ever Moonlight Storytime and Pajama Party from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. May 14, featuring the debut children's book by local author and preschool teacher David Griswold and illustrator Eliza Reisfeld.

Families with children ages 1 to 5 are welcome and admission is free for those who register in advance under the "Events" link at urbanadamah.org. There will charge of $5 per adult at the door.

BOSS gala will honor 20 young people

The Building Opportunities for Self-Sufficiency (BOSS) program will hold its inaugural Rising Stars Youth Leadership Gala from 6 to 8 p.m. June 5 at Northbrae Community Church, 941 The Alameda.

The event will honor 20 young people "who are overcoming serious life challenges and hardship, and are making positive strides to achieve bright futures," with entertainment by the Berkeley High Jazz Ensemble, Aquarius, City Boiz and Michael Nelson, and a catered dinner.

Tickets are $30 each or two for $50, available at http://conta.cc/Su1Slp.

Leave seabirds alone, advises agency

Coastal visitors in the Bay Area are urged to avoid disturbing seabirds as their breeding season gets underway. Boaters, paddlers and small aircraft pilots are being asked by the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration's Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary to avoid disturbing nesting seabirds.

-- Bay City News, Mary Gottschalk and Chris Treadway