Play Ball; Little League Opening Day This Saturday

Tommy O'Rouke pitches a perfect game for Madison last year during the 12U Williamport Tournament against East Hanover

MADISON, NJ - Saturday morning April 18th kicks off the official opening of the Madison Little League season with Main Street closed down from noon to approximately 1p.m. for a parade of marching young ballplayers to the Dodge fields off Central Ave.

This year the parade historically attended by hundreds of parents and fans will begin at Dodge Memorial on Kings Road.   The Little League of Madison is entering its 64th year.

A community pancake breakfast benefiting the league will be held at Madison Elks from 9-11a.m. that morning.

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McCools Ice Cream Parlor in Madison offers a free scoop of ice cream to any Madison ball player in uniform from 1-5p.m. 

The town Chamber Of Commerce also announced Madison Sales Days for the 18th.  Many businesses in the downtown with have discount specials as well as sidewalk merchandise. 

Come on out to see the parade and shop downtown this Saturday. 



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