[UPDATE] Remarkable Books Is Back!

Well, sort of.

Jane Green’s Remarkable Bookcycle — the quirky, fun homage to the late, much-lamented Remarkable Book Shop — reappeared on Main Street this weekend, across the street from the old pink store at the corner of Parker Harding Plaza.

Next week (note rain date: Sunday, May 5, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.), you can find it at the first-ever Outdoor Market. Savvy + Grace owner Annette Norton developed the idea of filling the private parking lot behind Tavern on Main with local artisans.

Nearly 2 dozen vendors will offer jewelry, terrariums, hand-designed greeting cards and more.

The Remarkable Book Shop is gone. But the Remarkable Bookcycle is back.

And next weekend’s Outdoor Market may be the start of a remarkable new tradition of its own.

3 responses to “[UPDATE] Remarkable Books Is Back!

  1. Bonnie Bradley

    Jane is such a lovely and REMARKABLE person! Hope tomorrow is very successful for her, all the artists, etc. Would love to experience this event in person but have a happy family event tomorrow which I will not miss.
    And then, it’s a 1hr.+ trip; back roads, Rt. 84 – for one exit & the Merritt – for one exit trip. I know, it sounds ridiculous but those in lower Litchfield County know it’s the quickest route to Westport/Fairfield. so….. Maybe next time. Have fun everyone!

    • The Outdoor Market has been postponed because of the weather forecast. New date is Sunday, May 5.

    • Annette Norton

      Due to the weather, we have had to reschedule to the following Sunday, May 5th. Hope you are able to make it! 🙂