SIREN will have an attorney and a Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) certified representative to give free legal consultation to people with immigration issues/concerns. We can help you read documents, check for eligibility for immigration benefits, and explain the immigration process and how to navigate it.
Drop ins are always welcome. It’s first come, first serve.
All sessions are from 1:00 - 5:00 p.m.
10/23/14 - Alum Rock Branch Library
01/22/15 - Evergreen Branch Library
02/26/15 - Berryessa Branch Library
03/26/15 - Tully Community Branch Library
04/23/15 - Seven Trees Branch Library
05/28/15 - Biblioteca Latinoamericana Branch Library
06/25/15 - East San José Carnegie Branch Library
07/23/15 - Hillview Branch Library
08/27/15 - Educational Park Branch Library
09/24/15 - Alum Rock Branch Library
10/22/15 - Bascom Branch Library
Cinder by Marissa Meyer
In the streets of New Beijing, Cinder is the most talented mechanic; however, she is constantly abused by her stepmother and blamed for her stepsister's sickness. But when her life is intertwined with Prince Kai's, Cinder finds herself in the middle of a intergalactic battle and trying to fight off a forbidden attraction. And in order to secure her world's future, she must first learn about her mysterious past.
Of Beast and Beauty by Stacey Jay
In order to ensure her city's vitality, Isra, the blind Princess of Yuan, must be sacrificed. Gem is a mutant beast, an outsider, and will do anything to save his people; therefore, he attempts to steal the princess' enchanted roses but is captured instead. However, despite their differences, Isra begins to develop feelings for Gem and is questioning everything she was taught about the Monstrous. Isra must choose whether to help her people or save the beast she has begun to love.
Cloaked by Alex Flinn
It started with a curse. Then frognapping, then I began my a journey with a princess who needed my help. And before I knew it, I started talking to a fox named Todd, spying of swans, and escaping giants! I fell in love along the way too, but there was no fairy godmother involved. Nope, just a poor guy working an after school job trying to make ends meet. But that one curse changed it all.
A Day in the Life of Tully Community Branch Library continues on Saturday, December 11 with this video that not only explores a typical Saturday in the life of the library but also asks customers why they come. Check out the variety of reasons that people love the library!
The Tully Community Branch opened it doors on January 22, 2005. Since then our library has become and integral part of the community. Tully offers a place for children to visit after school, a gathering place for families to attend holiday celebrations as well as providing resources for new Americans.