Dancing rabbit clubs in Orange County, Florida, are offering free lessons to anyone who brings a pair of rabbit ears to their house.
The Orange County Board of Education voted unanimously Tuesday to adopt the program, which was announced earlier this month by the city of Orlando.
The clubs offer lessons for one to two hours, according to a press release.
“We’ve had so many requests from our members and from the community for rabbit clubs,” said Julie Zabrit, president of the Orlando Rabbit Club Association.
“We’re excited to continue to offer the clubs as a service to the community,” Zabrot told The Washington Post.
The rabbit clubs were launched in 2013 in Orange, Broward and Palm Beach counties.
The programs began in Orange in 2016, and have since expanded to other counties, such as Brevard, Broword and Palm Springs.