If you are an Alton student or Alton teacher and do not have a Gilman Library card, we invite you to make your New School Year Resolution to come into the Gilman Library at 100 Main Street, Alton, and sign up.
SIGN-UP FOR A LIBRARY CARD
You are welcome to apply for a library card in person or online. Both methods require you to come into the library with your photo identification and proof of residence in order to obtain a valid library card. Non-resident fees are waived for all persons employed anywhere within Alton and Alton Bay, and for any students from neighboring towns, who attend Prospect Mountain (These courtesy cards become null and void if you leave your employment or when you graduate from high school). Alton and Alton Bay property owners and residents have a free, renewable five-year membership and Summer residents have a free, renewable two-year membership. Non-residents are charged $20 per year for a yearly membership. To initiate the process online, simply click the [SIGN-UP] tab in the upper-right corner by the [LOG-IN] tab. Please read the instructions carefully, as you complete the simple form. We will print it out after reviewing your documentation at the circulation desk.
DO YOU NEED TO RENEW?
Library cards do expire. If you need to renew, simply call the library and answer a few security questions, and we will be happy to renew it for you over the phone. You will keep your same patron account number!
DID YOU LOSE YOUR CARD?
If you misplaced your library card you may still use your library account. We are happy to look up your number, once we have verified your identity. If you would like a card reprinted, the replacement fee is $1.00.
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Survey forms are available at the circulation desk.
The "Library Logger" entered the Gilman Library and presented herself at the desk with a card which read:
"I "collect" libraries by visiting, taking photos (with permission),
and posting notes and pictures to my blog. I've been to your library,
what did I say about it? Where else have I been? Find out at www.libraryvisitsproject.blogspot.com! Yours is library #  . "
Please click the link to see how The Library Logger captured Gilman Library.