The Spady Cultural Heritage Museum is welcoming everyone to join them to commemorate a very special day for the black culture in American and Florida history. The Eighth Annual Juneteenth Celebration, which recognizes the official end of slavery will be held Monday, June 19 from 5-8 p.m. at Daughters of Zion Seventh-day Adventist Church, 201 NW 3 Avenue in Delray Beach. The suggested donation is $10; youth 12 and younger are free. Event-goers will enjoy music, storytelling, speakers and catered entrees inside the comfort of the church. This year, the Juneteenth celebration will feature the return of storyteller Margaret Newton with the Pasco Baker Concert Choir, local youth group performances and a speech by Nate Battle.