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In brief: Special Needs Recreation holding Cowboy Crusade

The Special Needs Recreation, a nonprofit organization in Post Falls that provides recreational opportunities for youths and adults who have disabilities, will hold a Cowboy Crusade Romp and Stomp dance on Friday at Prairie View Elementary School, 2478 E. Poleline Ave., from 6 to 8 p.m.

The cowboy bash includes a DJ, snacks and prizes.

The cost is $5 per person, and preregistration is requested.

For more information, call 755-6781.

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Bloomsday registration open

Early bird registration for Bloomsday is now open at www.bloomsdayrun.org.

Runners who sign up by Feb. 15 will have a chance to win a trip for two to the St. Patrick’s Day Dash in Seattle on March 15.

The 33rd annual Bloomsday will be May 3. Full details will be released in March at locations throughout the Inland Northwest.

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