Organizers of Cape Girardeau’s July 4 festivities will decide next week whether a large fireworks display over the Mississippi River and other events will need to move because of river flooding. Cape Girardeau’s parks and recreation director, Julia Thompson says if water levels do not recede by July 4, the evening’s fireworks display, a U.S. citizen naturalization ceremony, the Southeast Missourian’s Spirit of America award presentation and planned performances by the municipal band will move to Arena Park. Organizers plan to survey the river and make a decision Wednesday, which is the last day the company providing the fireworks for the display can be notified of a change. Floodgates along the riverfront in downtown Cape Girardeau closed this week as heavy rains pushed the river above flood stage, and the area could see more than 3 inches of rain today into Saturday as the remnants of a tropical storm that made landfall in Texas move northeast. A long-range river forecast issued by the National Weather Service on Wednesday showed the river at Cape Girardeau falling below flood stage around June 30.