The Everson Museum of Art put together some socially-distanced activities for Juneteenth on Friday.

People could show off their artistic side with chalk drawings and sign-making to support local Black Lives Matter movements.

There was also a voter registration table, helping get more people to the polls.

"Voting is probably one of the most powerful tools we have as citizens to make any real difference or change or impact on a local and a state level," said Everson Museum Coordinator of Outreach Qiana Williams. "So it's important to reinforce that and also to get the message out that civic participation is essential to running a democracy."

Free masks were also given out to make sure people stayed safe.