Two weeks after a deadly mass shooting in Round Rock, another celebration is being planned at Old Settler’s Park. Frontier Days on the Fourth of July will include live music, games, contests, and free fireworks. The Independence Day party comes after two people were killed and 14 were injured during Round Rock’s annual Juneteenth festival on June 15. Round Rock police say there could be additional charges filed against more suspects, but the Fourth of July celebration at the park is set to go off as planned.

“I’m going to wait this one out,” said Clara Anthony.

The Round Rock grandmother says she feels safe in the afternoon trying to hook a few fish at a pond in Old Settler’s Park. But she says the mass shooting at the park two weeks ago is still top of mind and she is thankful she decided not to attend the Juneteenth celebration.

“A friend of mine called me and asked me to meet her out there. She was standing close by to where the shooting was, but she did not get hit,” said Anthony.

Anthony says daytime activities at the park are fine, but she won’t be watching the late-night fireworks on the Fourth of July.

“I’m going to see how this one goes and maybe in the next year or so I’ll come out and see. But with this last shooting I don’t even want to come. It’s too much,” said Anthony.

Round Rock Police say a fight broke out between two groups at the Juneteenth celebration at Old Settler’s Park. Two women were killed and 14 other people were injured. 17-year-old Ricky Thompson of Manor was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Days later a male juvenile suspect was also taken into custody.

“You’ve just got to be very careful when you go out nowadays,” said Frank Manglona.

Manglona knows violent crime can happen anywhere, but he hates seeing it at a place where the community comes to have fun with their families.

“There’s going to be a lot of people on edge,” said Manglona.

How many choose to stay away from Thursday’s celebration remains to be seen, but Frank says the deadly shooting won’t make him break his tradition of watching the free fireworks.

“It doesn’t scare me off from coming out and enjoying the beautiful park here in Round Rock,” said Manglona.

Some people criticized police for not having enough officers at the Juneteenth celebration. CBS Austin has not heard from police how they plan to staff this week’s all-day Fourth of July party.

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