Dmitri Paris, Superintendent of Parks in Trumbull, will be the featured speaker when the Long Hill Garden Club meets on Monday, Sept. 22, at the Trumbull Library. The meeting begins at 11:30 a.m., and the program will start at 12:45 p.m.

His talk “The ‘Meadowmorphosis’ of Twin Brooks Park and Other Parks and Recreation Improvement Projects” will be an overview of all the efforts that have been put in place to maintain and beautify Trumbull’s recreational areas and open spaces. It will be highlighted by a slide show of photos taken by club member, Fran Gallogly.

The town of Trumbull takes pride in its natural landscape, having set aside more than 1,600 acres of town land designated as open space and for recreational areas. Hikers and cyclists travel from all over the state to ride and walk the trails in Trumbull’s Pequonnock River Valley State Park.

The Trumbull Parks Commission and Department are solely responsible for the care, management and control of all parks and grounds being used for park and recreational activities.

For further information contact Leslie at 203-892-5644.