When it comes to outfitting your little lamb, you refuse to be part of the herd.
But you’ll happily hoof it to Fabric Row for booties from local company BedHeadSheep. Each colorful pair is made from felt that’s been handcrafted the old-fashioned way (splashing wool with a little soap and water). The natural fibers help tiny feet breathe, and latex soles ensure older scramblers won’t slip.
You can also step out with an adorable critter spun from the same fuzzy fabric.
They’re perfect for ewe-know-who.
Available at Bus Stop, 750 South Fourth Street (215-627-2357 or busstopboutique.com).
What: Author Maira Kalman’s witty and whimsically illustrated books are read by guest storytellers.
Why: They’ll draw you in.
When: Sat., noon-3 p.m.
Where: Institute of Contemporary Art, 118 S. 36th St. (215-898-5911).
Kids’ Hip-Hop Classes
What: Mini moonwalkers (ages 6-10) learn beginning steps, slides, and spins.
Why: ’Cause this is thriller.
When: Register now (thru Sun.). Biweekly classes start Feb. 3.
Where: Society Hill Dance Academy, 409 S. Second St. Registration (required) at 215-574-3574.
La Familia Recipe Contest and Sunday Dinner
What: Submit your family’s favorite Italian recipe for a chance to win prizes, or just fill up on the resto’s specially priced meals for parties of four or more.
Why: Kids (ages 10 and under) dine free.
When: Every Sun., 5-9 p.m.
Where: Avalon, 312 S. High St., West Chester (610-436-4100). Recipe contest guidelines online at avalonrestaurant.net.
Photo: Courtesy of BedHeadSheep