for the Lilac Bloomsday Run I am
confident that spring is on the way which means it is time to get ready for one
of Spokane’s favorite May events - Bloomsday.
This year the Bloomsday event is
Sunday May 4 and starts at 9 AM. Bloomsday is for folks of all ages and is open
to all runners, walkers, wheelchairs, assisted wheelchairs and strollers.
At the first race on May 1, 1977, over
a thousand runners participated in the inaugural Bloomsday Run, which was
billed "Run With the Stars" in posters announcing the event. Last
year over 51,000 people registered – maybe
this year could be the year for you to participate.This will be the first year my wife
and I will walk the event with our twin grandchildren. I must admit, we are not close to ready so my
wife went on line and found a training clinic sponsored by Providence and Group
Health. I thought you all might like to
know a little more about this free
clinic.According to the web-site, each clinic
will provide expert information, a warm up and a training course starting at
one mile and adding an additional mile each week. The clinic starts March 15 at 8:30 AM at the
Spokane Falls Community College Gym. To register for the clinic, check out “Train
for Bloomsday” at the Providence Washington website. http://www.bloomsdayrun.org/race-information/training-tips/training-clinic
Even if you are not going to attend
Bloomsday this is a great opportunity to get out, walk and enjoy our beautiful
hope to see you there.
Author:Alex Ganea Phone: 509-280-8445 Dated: March 13th 2014 Views: 1,737 About Alex: I was born and raised in Bucharest Romania where I completed my education and played professional ho...
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