Family Fun Night at Museum on Wednesday
The Antioch Historical Society hosts it monthly Family Fun Night on Wednesday at the museum, 1500 W. Fourth St.
The museum will be open from 1 to 9 p.m. with special programs -- including an early American teepee of Native Americans in the area next week -- children's activities, cartoons in the theater room, old photos slideshow in the Riverview Room, from 7 to 9 p.m. Refreshments, lemonade, iced tea, coffee, cookies and popcorn will be served.
Additional Family Night events are set for July 17 and Aug. 21.
For more information, call 925-757-1326.
-- Judith Prieve, Staff
Kidz Love Soccer registration underway
Registration is underway for the Kidz Love Soccer program for children 2-10 years old.
A session experience includes age appropriate activities, including skill demonstrations, fun games and instructional scrimmages conducted in a noncompetitive, recreational format. Classes for five different age divisions are offered on Tuesdays, beginning June 25 and Saturdays, beginning June 29 at Apple Hill Park.
Each session is eight weeks long and the fee is $92 for Brentwood residents and $163 for nonresidents. Registration is ongoing through the Brentwood Parks and Recreation Department; call 516-5444 to register by phone or go to www.brentwoodca.govto register online.
Discovery Bay woman named Byron trustee
A Discovery Bay woman active in her children's schools and a fixture at Byron Union school district board meetings has been tabbed to fill that panel's vacancy.
Betty Sanchez, 47, was unanimously chosen by trustees at a recent meeting. Her term begins immediately, as she will serve out the remainder of former trustee Ken Silman's term, which ends on Dec. 1, 2014.
Sanchez was chosen from among five candidates, including Silman, whose resigned to be able to apply for a vice principal position in the district by reapplied after not getting the job.
-- Paul Burgarino, Staff
Contra Costa Library commissioners sought
Those who love libraries and want to share what they offer with Oakley's increasingly ethnically and culturally diverse community are invited to apply to represent the city on the county's library commission.
The city is accepting applications until 5 p.m. June 17, and the City Council will consider them on June 25. The current appointee's term expires June 30.
The 29-member Contra Costa County Library Commission is an advisory body to the county board of supervisors and the county librarian.
The group meets every other month starting in January on the fourth Thursday at 7 p.m. at the library's administrative offices in Pleasant Hill.
-- Rowena Coetsee, Staff