It’s never too early to plan for Valentine’s Day. And to get you in the mood, the folks at Denver International Airport have unveiled a new exhibit.
Included are Victorian-era Valentine’s cards, historical photographs, memorabilia and artwork by artists from Loveland, the Colorado town with the famous post office that puts a special cachet stamp on more than 200,000 valentines each year.
The exhibit, “SWEETHEART TOWN — Loveland, Colorado” is located pre-security, on the walkway between Jeppesen Terminal and the A Gates.
Here’s the part about the free Valentines: the airport’s art program is handing out special exhibition-related Valentine’s cards and will pay the postage for any of these cards that are filled out at the airport. They’ll even take the cards to Loveland to get the 2009 Loveland postmark and Valentine cachet.
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