As cute as kittens are, for every kitten born, a much needed home that could have gone to a homeless adult cat is taken in favour of a kitten.
Contact our neutering help line on HH 251536 if you'd like financial assistance with neutering.
A Self Help Center is a place where you can find helpful information, services and resources about your legal problem if you are not represented by an attorney.
The Self Help Centers assist people who represent themselves in the Minnesota District Courts.
Many are very distressed at giving up their pets and we do our utmost to ensure that we find the best home for them.
Newspapers are available for browsing and magazines are available for checkout.
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Join us at the Library for a Vinyasa yoga class, creative writing workshops for adults and kids, Chinese folk music and dance, a salute to physicist Lisa Randall and the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage in New York State, an art history lecture, a composting workshop, book discussions, arts and crafts, great movies, and much ... The Peninsula Community Library will be open for 31 hours straight, from 10 a.m. Queens Library's Mobile Library will be touring the borough throughout the month of August.
300 South 6th Street 2nd Floor, PSL Minneapolis, MN 55487-0421 Map (612) 348-9399 (recording) The Hennepin County Government Center Self Help Center will close at Noon on Friday, September 16 for remodeling. Code of Federal Regulations MN Court Rules (All) The Tenth Judicial District serves the counties of Anoka, Chisago, Isanti, Kanabec, Pine, Sherburne, Washington, and Wright. The Wright County Law Library and Central Minnesota Legal Services offer a free legal advice clinic with a volunteer attorney every Thursday (except legal holidays), from noon - p.m. Family Law Advice by Phone Low-income people who have a court case in Carver, Dakota or Scott County can get a free 20-minute legal advice consult on family law matters from the Volunteer Lawyers Network. The Dakota County Free Legal Clinics Program is offered in partnership through the Dakota County Law Library, Dakota County District Court Administration, and Legal Assistance of Dakota County.
We will re-open at 8am on Monday, September 19 and resume our normal office hours (Monday – Friday, 8am – pm). Family Law Advice by Phone Low-income people who have a court case in Anoka, Chisago, Isanti or Washington County can get a free 20-minute legal advice consult on family law matters from the Volunteer Lawyers Network. Anoka County Law Library and Central Minnesota Legal Services provide the following legal advice clinics: Family Law Clinic (flyer): One Thursday each month (see Clinic Calendar), people can meet with an attorney on divorce, custody, child support, Orders for Protection, and other family law matters. The law library is on the 1st floor of the Anoka County courthouse. Family law questions can be answered at every clinic, other topics based on attorney availability. To schedule an appointment, please call the VLN Intake Line at (612) 752-6677 from a.m. Free legal advice clinics are available on family law and consumer law topics such as bankruptcy, debt collection, garnishment, mortgages, foreclosures, landlord-tenant, and Conciliation Court.
All materials should be placed in the large bins in the lobby. Donated materials may be added to our collection for circulation or sold in our Tracy Friends of the Library booksale.
The Tracy Friends help support the library by purchasing materials and funding programs.