Highland Village residents will begin the summer months with fireworks, running events, music and other activities with "Celebrate Highland Village" on June 10.

Where is the celebration: Events will be held at two venues: Doubletree Ranch Park and Copperas Branch Park.

What’s happening: Events begin with a fishing derby and open 5K, student 5K and fun run 1K at Doubletree Ranch Park in the first part of the day and end in the evening with a fireworks show over Lewisville Lake. Attendees can attend an evening concert from Bayou County, a Creedence Clearwater Revival/John Fogerty tribute band, at Copperas Branch Park. "Celebrate Highland Village" also includes food vendors, Kid Zone and other attractions, a city news release stated.

What about parking: At Copperas Branch, parking on-site is limited and requires a parking pass, per officials. Shuttle service is available from remote parking locations. The concert and fireworks show are free, and food and drink vendors will be at Copperas Branch Park for the evening activities.

Parking passes for spaces under the I-35 bridge are available for Highland Village residents only, with proof of residency required. Those passes can be picked up at The Robert & Lee DuVall Center at 948 Highland Village Road, Ste. B, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. The office closed from noon to 1 p.m., the release stated.

Event schedule: Gates open at Copperas Branch Park at 5:30 p.m. The concert begins at 6 p.m. Fireworks begin at dark. Limited parking is available at Copperas Branch Park for Highland Village residents only, with a parking pass required. Passes may be picked up at The Robert & Lee DuVall Center at the hours and days listed above, and passes are available on a first-come, first-served basis. One pass per resident is available.

City officials said the best places to view fireworks are Copperas Branch Park, on a boat on Lake Lewisville in close proximity to Copperas Branch Park, on the Hickory Creek side of Lake Lewisville and Pilot Knoll Park. A limited viewing location is at Doubletree Ranch Park. City officials also said people may bring chairs and blankets to the fireworks display, but pets, glass containers, tents, canopies, drones, noisemakers, golf carts and RVs are not permitted.

Additional details: Attendees who park at Doubletree Ranch Park will walk the city's trail/sidewalk to Copperas Branch Park. Remote parking will be available at the Highland Village Municipal Complex, the adjacent Brazos Park parking lot and The Village Church location at 1700 Highland Village Road, the release stated. Attendees parking at these locations will take a shuttle to and from Copperas Branch Park.

In addition, remote parking will be available at Highland Village Elementary, 301 Brazos Blvd., and attendees parking here will walk to the Highland Village Municipal Complex on the city's sidewalk/trail system to take the shuttle to and from Copperas Branch Park, the release stated. People may also park at the DCTA A-train Station at Garden Ridge and walk the trail/sidewalk to Copperas Branch Park, or walk or ride their bike to Copperas Branch Park.