Father Time has been roaming the Slater Historical Association’s Heritage Hall Museum revisiting his many memories, but on Thursday, Jan. 4, he’s ready to welcome the future with an appearance at A Night at the Museum, a special event hosted at Heritage Hall Museum, 318 First Ave. in Slater.

The red carpet will be rolled out for Father Time and everyone who wants to meet the old gent. Music and refreshments will make his visit special. The event continues to introduce the community to the museum’s new addition and special exhibits, including the holiday exhibit Dear Santa and the World War I Exhibit, which marks the 100th anniversary of the USA’s participation in the conflict.

Greeting visitors will be people out of time and memory to keep Father Time company and help him tell his stories. A Night at the Museum features the real live farm couple in the 1939 kitchen, the beautiful 1908 bride, the come-to-life World War I soldier in his helmet, the Slater Depot station master, the Slater Mosey’s Café waitress in 1955, a Slater Nite Hawk in his uniform, the Slater Creamery butter and egg man, the 1935 dentist and his equipment, and more.

Everyone is invited to walk the red carpet, stroll into the past and greet the future with Father Time on Thursday, Jan. 4, from 5-8:30 p.m. at Heritage Hall Museum, 318 First Ave., Slater.