Here are some events from the McKinney area that are taking place in June and July.

Through July 15

Virtual Juried Art Show Exhibition

Now through July 15, the community can enjoy works of art with the theme “Unique by Nature” from artists all over Texas. To view the exhibit, click here. Free. 972-547-2650.

June 19

Drive-in movie night

The city of McKinney presents “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” at a drive-in movie night. Outside food and beverages are allowed, and to-go alcohol from downtown McKinney restaurants and wineries is permitted. Attendees must remain in their vehicles. Lawn chairs or blankets on the ground are not permitted. To view all the rules and more details, click here. 7:30 p.m. (gates open), 8:30 p.m. (movie begins). $6 (per person for age 13 and older). Public Parking Lot B, 301 N. Chestnut St., McKinney.

June 19-20

Juneteenth celebration

Flourish Community-based Initiatives partners with McKinney Performing Arts Center to express equity and celebrate creative initiatives through art. The community is invited to contribute toward an artistic expression that will provide a memorial to the freedom that was declared in the past and current demand of justice for all. Materials will be provided, but participants can bring any historic pieces, such as church programs, family photos or fabric, to commemorate the holiday. Social distancing practices will be upheld at this event, and everyone is encouraged to wear a mask. Free. Come and go between 3-7 p.m. on Friday and 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on Saturday. McKinney Performing Arts Center, 111 N. Tennessee St., McKinney.

June 20, 27 and July 18, 25

Sizzling Summer Saturdays

Trinity Falls’ Sizzling Summer Saturdays begin June 20 and invite the public to its model home park. Food trucks and model home tours will be provided. 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Free. 705 Lost Woods Way, McKinney.

July 4

Red, White & Boom

The city of McKinney invites the community to a patriotic drive-thru parade and a fireworks display. To celebrate the holiday while maintaining social distancing, the Fourth of July parade will be held in a drive-thru setting. Floats will be stationary and set up in designated spots throughout historic downtown McKinney. Guests can drive by and enjoy the floats from the safety of their vehicles. The city is looking for participants for the stationary floats. Patriotic-themed and decorated floats, cars, antique tractors and bands are encouraged to apply for the parade. Prizes are awarded for several categories. The parade will be held from 9-11 a.m. in historic downtown McKinney. In the evening, professional fireworks will be launched from the McKinney Soccer Complex at Craig Ranch at 9:30 p.m. Due to renewed concerns related to COVID-19, no parking or pedestrian traffic will be allowed at the Craig Ranch Soccer Complex. People will be able to view the show from up to 4 miles away and can watch from their homes or vehicles. Choreographed music to accompany the fireworks will be played on 101.1 WRR FM.

July 11

McKinney Margarita Stroll

As part of the McKinney Summer Sip + Stroll series, guests are invited to support McKinney small businesses. Participants will receive a Margarita Stroll taster, a map to direct them on their journey around downtown McKinney and a variety of cold beverages. Tickets are limited to maintain social distancing. Arrival times and starting locations will be registered when tickets are purchased to help spread people out. 1-7 p.m. $30 per ticket, or $25 if registering for the entire series. Historic downtown McKinney.

July 18

Summer drive-in concert series

The McKinney Performing Arts Center partners with TUPPS brewery to present the first summer drive-in concert series. The series starts July 18 with a concert by Farewell Angelina. Other performances are scheduled in August and September. 9 p.m. Tickets for all three shows are available for a total of $99 if purchased before June 27. TUPPS Brewery, 714 Anderson St., McKinney. 2140544-4630.

Editor's note: This article has been updated to reflect a change in the programming for the drive-in move night June 19 and Red, White & Boom July 4.