Historic picture of Slater Hall from the road
Raising the flag at Slater Hall on Veteran's Day
1944 photo of Slater Hall
Veteran's Day event at Slater Hall

Summer Movies at the Hall

We hope everyone enjoyed seeing FROZEN at the hall. See some photos we took before we moved into the hall due to the rain here. Come and join us on the Slater Hall Front Lawn on Saturday, August 16th for our second and last Summer Movie at the Hall. We will be showing RIO2. The film begins at 8:30pm. RAIN OR SHINE. In the event of poor weather, the event will be moved into Slater Hall Auditorium.

Slater Hall turns 80!

For 80 years, Slater Hall has served as the center of the Slater-Marietta community, and now we celebrate those 80 years. We hope you enjoyed the Shaggin' in Slater and Strawberry Festival and Country Fair. Check out the EVENTS page for pictures as they are loaded and for more information on upcoming events.

Also, we are pleased to announce our "$80 for 80 more" campaign. By donating $80, you will help the committee in its efforts to restore Slater Hall. We will recognize gifts by placing names on a plaque that will hang in the Slater Hall Entryway. Donations can be made in whole or installments, please visit our Get Involved! page or visit our information booth at our events for more information.

Slater Hall Citizens' Committee Remembers Founding Member

The Slater Hall Citizens' Committee is very sad to report the passing of one of our founding members, Jimi Turner. Jimi worked tirelessly for the Slater-Marietta community as an employee of the Recreation District and most notably as Captain Corn, the beloved figure who so generously gave clothing and toys each Christmas to thousands of children in northern Greenville County over the years. We will miss him very much but are better people to have had him as an example of love and generosity.

Slater Hall Citizens' Committee

The Slater Hall Citizens' Committee is a group of concerned local area residents dedicated to the restoration of the Slater Hall property. Initially formed in 2005, the committee is comprise of people from all walks of life—long time residents, as well as people new to the area that want to see this historic property restored.

We are a recognized non-profit organization entirely dedicated to raising community awareness and financial support through fund raising efforts, securing government monies, and corporate sponsorship. We sponsor multiple community events throughout the year including a summer concert and annual Veteran’s Day Classic car show.

SHCC is dedicated to the revitalization of the building, the property and the community is serves. The Slater Hall Citizens' Committee envisions the day when this historic building can once again serve the “social hub” of the community.

Get Involved!

The Slater Hall Citizens' Committee is comprised of entirely of volunteers, and we are happy to recieve new volunteers. The Committee meets on the third Thursday of each month at 6:00 pm at Slater Hall. The planned dates are as follows, but meetings are occasionally changed due to upcoming events or unforeseen conflicts. If you would like to volunteer, but cannot make it to the regularly scheduled meetings, or want an update, E-mail us.

Our 2014 dates are June 19th, July 17th, August 21st, September 18th, October 16th, November 20th, December 18th .

Event Information

Enter your car for the 2014 Veterans' Day Cruise In here.