Juneteenth celebrations take place at the National A. Philip Randolph Pullman Porter Museum

CHICAGO (CBS) — “This year it’s all about family for teens and young adults.”

That’s the president and director talking about the significance behind this year’s Juneteenth event at the National A. Phillip Randolph Pullman Porter Museum in Chicago’s Pullman neighborhood.

On Monday, it hosted its 10th annual community celebration in June. All the festivities started Monday morning with a parade and walk.

There was even a neighborhood party on the museum grounds. And for the first time, it hosted a Juneteenth Youth Basketball Tournament Championship.

The Field Museum celebrates Juneteenth with a series of events and free admission for Illinois residents.

The day includes highlighting the connections between the 1893 World’s Fair and historical figures such as Ida B. Wells and George Washington Carver.