On Friday, April 15, the Rodgers Memorial Library will be a proud member the Greater Manchester Inter Library Consortial System, or GMILCS (pronounced Gee-milks) for short.
This means that Hudson library card holders can borrow books from any one of the 14-member southern New Hampshire libraries, increasing the number of borrowable items from our local collection of 45,000 to the consortium's shareable collection of 1.4 million titles.
To log into your account, input your 14-digit Rodgers Library card number and the last four digits of your phone number as your default password. (If you still can't access your account, please call the library at 603-886-6030.) (If you have a legacy card that is 7 digits and/or less than 14 digits, please call the library to update your account.)
We get additional services by joining GMILCS! They include:
- Patrons can visit any member library to check out, return or pick up books.
- Instead of waiting two weeks for an inter-library loan delivery, there will be van deliveries 3 times per week.
- GMILCS also provides free access to the cloudLibrary ebook and e-audio book digital collection. Click here to access cloudLibrary.
GMILCS member libraries include:
- Amherst Town Library
- Bedford Public Library
- Danforth Library (NEC)
- Derry Public Library
- Goffstown Public Library
- Hooksett Public Library
- Kelley Library (Salem)
- Manchester City Library
- Merrimack Public Library
- Nesmith Library
- Teti Library (NEC)
- Wadleigh Memorial Library
Click here to read about the history of GMILCS.
We are proud and excited to offer the holdings of all these libraries to our patrons!
Please be patient with staff as they learn the new borrowing system that comes with GMILCS.
Questions about GMILCS? Give us a call at 603-886-6030, or chat with us by clicking on the chat button at bottom right.