Madison Easter Fun Fest will Hop into Town


MADISON, NJ - On Saturday, March 28th from 11:00am to 12:30pm the Easter Bunny will bring candy and toy-filled Easter eggs to the downtown businesses of Madison during its annual Easter Fun Fest.

Children and their parents are invited to bring their own Easter baskets and visit participating downtown businesses to collect candy and toy-filled eggs. Participating businesses will feature balloons on their doors denoting participation.

The Easter Bunny will be walking Madison's downtown area for children to visit with.  Kids can enter to win a new bicycle and there will also be a "Count the Jelly Beans" contest.  The bicycle has been donated by Peter Daniele of Rose City Collision, and provided by the Madison Bicycle Store.

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The Chamber of Commerce will also raffle off special gifts provided by Madison businesses.  The gifts will be displayed at the Chamber booth on the corner of Waverly Pl. and Main St.

“This annual event brings more families to town each year.  It's become a Madison tradition and a welcomed event to kick off the spring season .” said Karen Giambra, Executive Director of the Chamber of Commerce. "It's fun for everyone involved."

For more information please contact Madison Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Karen Giambra at or at 973-377-7830.  You can also visit the Chamber website at www.MadisonNJChamber.


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