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Register for spring classes, live and virtual, at Rabbit Run

Celebrate the arts this spring and enroll in a fine arts class or music lesson at Rabbit Run Community Arts Association in Madison.  Regardless of age or ability RRCAA has arts opportunities for everyone.

Registration for spring classes and lessons is now open with many exciting class offerings.  RRCAA is a comprehensive fine arts association offering private and group instruction in all the major disciplines of the fine and performing arts.   

Dance classes are available in creative movement, ballet, tap and jazz from preschoolers, who just love to move, to adults looking to get back into shape.  Also available are classes in hip hop, modern dance and ZUMBA┬«.  Our dance classes are both live and live virtual this year.

Always wanted to learn to paint or draw?  School-aged children may sign up for workshops throughout the winter and spring.  Kids will have a great time exploring various mediums while creating one-of-a-kind masterpieces.  These live, virtual workshops are scheduled on school vacation days to give youth a fun activity on their day off.  

All new Canvas Art Workshops are planned throughout the year.  In these one-hour virtual sessions, participants will enjoy painting a seasonal acrylic painting using an original as inspiration.  Art supplies are provided in handy art-in-a-bag kits.

RRCAA provides a full range of private music instruction from beginner to advanced students in voice, brass, guitar, bass guitar, mandolin, ukulele, percussion, woodwinds, piano/keyboard, recorder, viola/violin/Suzuki violin, cello and fiddle.  Lessons are being offered both live and live virtual.

RRCAA is following current state-recommended policies and procedures for live classes and lessons including social distancing and facial masks.

For specific class information or to register visit or call RRCAA at (440) 428-5913.  Rabbit Run Community Arts Association is a nonprofit organization that receives partial funding from the Ohio Arts Council and is located at 49 Park Street in Madison.