DENVER - Patients at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children received a special Halloween treat on Monday.
A group from the Denver Art Museum brought part of the ‘Star Wars and the Power of Costume’ exhibit to the hospital.
The visit included hands-on activities for children, including making Star Wars-themed masks. There were also giveaways, where patients received Star Wars gear, including Yoda blankets.
Local costumed fan groups were also there roaming the halls of the hospital.
You can find out more about the Star Wars Power and the Power of Costume exhibit at the Denver Art Museum here.
The exhibit opens in Denver on Nov. 13 and will run through April 2.
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