The Glen Rose Convention & Visitor’s Bureau had a great turnout for its ribbon cutting celebrating its new location downtown at 100 NE Barnard St.
“We had a wonderful turnout from locals and representatives from other local attractions. We want it to be a place for everyone to come by and enjoy," said Kelly Harris, director of the CVB.
Attendees enjoyed treats provided by the Glen Rose High School culinary arts students who prepared homemade lemon cookies, brownie bites, fruit trays and cinnamon butterscotch muffins.
Fossil Rim provided Texas-size tater tots, chicken and waffle bites, Hawaiian glazed meatballs and fried zucchini.
Kona Ice was also on hand offering snow cones.
“I’ve been saying the whole time that this project has been going on that it’s the greatest spot to visit in Glen Rose, Texas. You can’t beat the staff. They have it all together and are always pleasant to visit,” said Morris Bussey.