Preservation Connecticut and the Connecticut State Historic Preservation Office invite you to a joyous celebration of the Olmsted landscape heritage in Connecticut at Lewis Fulton Memorial Park in Waterbury. Designed by Olmsted Brothers Landscape Architects beginning in 1920, the park is peaceful place of woods and lawns, with stone bridges crossing a babbling stream and terraces overlooking two ponds. We’re still in the planning stage but there will be previews of the Olmsted documentation project for Connecticut plus tours of the park, exhibits, activities for kids, food trucks, and more. Rain date October 15.