Slater Community Programs

Amenities: Activity Room, Half-Court Indoor Gym, Outdoor Basketball, Playground, Walking Trail

5 Whitney Street, Slater, SC 29683


Slater serves this northern Greenville County community by offering:

An After School Program housed at Slater-Marietta Elementary School

A Summer Day Camp Program housed at Slater Hall

A full range of senior programs and lunch are provided Monday-Friday at the Slater Annex operated by Senior Action.

Greenville County Rec partners with the Slater Hall Citizens Committee to offer outdoor concerts, community events, and festivals at several times per year.

Slater Hall Citizens Committee: The Slater Hall Citizens Committee exists to promote awareness of the rich heritage behind this historic textile community and 75 plus year old Slater Hall.

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Greenville Rec Community Centers provide quality after-school programs for students in grades K-5th. Students participate in a variety of activities including but not limited to: homework time, sports, games, crafts, character development and snacks.

After-School Programs for Elementary School Students:  Grades K5 – 5th

When:  Monday – Friday
Time:  2:30pm – 6:00pm
Where:  Slater Elementary School – 100 Baker Circle, Slater, SC 29661
Cost:  $60.00 every 2 weekse + $25 Registration Fee  (Non-refundable) Payments are due the 1st of the month.

The after-school program operates on the same schedule as the Greenville County Schools calendar.

Click here for Community Centers After-School Parent Handbook


  1. Download the registration form and waiver.
  2. Take the completed forms to the community center OR Greenville Rec’s Main Office: 4806 Old Spartanburg Road, Taylors, SC 29687.

DSS After school snacks and meal program served daily.

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A limited amount of scholarships are available – contact Lawanda Curry, 864-676-2180 ext. 121 or for more details.

Community Partners

Greenville Rec Community Centers partner with the following agencies (and many more!)

  • Department of Social Services (DSS) – CACFP (Child and Adult Care Food Program) provides state funding for a daily snack for students in the after-school programs.
  • BOOST (Building Opportunities in Out of School Time) – an initiative of United Way that certifies after-school programs on the ten quality elements. Click to learn more about BOOST
  • LiveWell Greenville – a network of organizations partnering to ensure access to healthy eating and active living for every Greenville County resident.

DSC06356Summer Camps

Summer Day Camps for youth 6 – 11 entering grades 1st through 6th grade runs in accordance with the Greenville County Schools calendar.

Click here to learn more about summer camps

Senior Programs

Greenville County Rec partners with Senior Action to offer a full range of programs, activities and services for participants ages 50 and older. The program operates Monday – Friday from 9 am – 1 pm at the Slater Annex building. Lunch is served daily. Participants must complete an application for services.

Rentals: The first floor of Slater Hall is available for family reunions, corporate events, special events, and more. Slater Hall is accessible, featuring an open space with hardwood floor and stage. Please call 864-288-6470 for reservations.

Click Here for Rental Guidelines & Application

Deposit: $50 to reserve date

Minimum rental is 3 hours. Full payment due 2 weeks prior to event.

The Slater gym is open from September through may for fellowship and pick-up basketball games.

Hours are Thursday nights 6:15 pm to 8:15 pm.

In 1927 H.N. Slater bought 466 acres in northern Greenville County with intent to build a textile mill and a new community village centered on Slater Hall. The hall served as the nucleus of the village providing educational, social, and cultural resources for the mill workers. In 1945 Slater Manufacturing Col. sold the Hall to Slater Community Association for one dollar. In 1984 the Association gifted the Hall to the Recreation District. The District operated the building as a community center for several years but did not have the resources to rehabilitate the structure to make it safe and accessible. When the hall was closed an activities building was constructed on the site to house the senior citizen program. In 2005 the Slater Hall Citizens Committee was formed. The committee in cooperation with Greenville Rec re-opened Slater Hall in 2010.