Town of Wendell, Massachusetts

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Aerial view of the town center - Photo taken by Linda Hickman in 1996Total Area 32 square miles of land (and .22 square miles of water)

The Millers River runs along the entire northern boundary, separating Wendell from Erving. Other abutting towns are Montague, New Salem, Orange, Shutesbury, and Warwick.

The peaceful town center is built on a hill, falling away in all directions.

Latitude 42° 32" 54' N  Longitude 72° 23" 50' W

Population 860 Adults (2008)  Population Density 27 per square mile

Elevation 1,164 feet above sea level

Average temperature January: 18.8° Fahrenheit -- July: 69.3° Fahrenheit.

North Quabbin Chamber of Commerce writes:
"A drive through the mostly forested roads of Wendell reveals an eclectic range and style of homes, from the historic to the offbeat."



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Coming Events

Intermediate Strength Training
Tue Apr 23 @09:00AM -
Beginner Strength Training
Tue Apr 23 @10:15AM -
Adult Watercolor Art Group
Tue Apr 23 @06:00PM -
Play Group for Children
Wed Apr 24 @10:00AM - 11:30AM
Boomers/Seniors Strength & Balance
Wed Apr 24 @10:00AM - 11:00AM
Broadband/MLP/Selectboard Meeting
Wed Apr 24 @07:00PM -
Broadband/MLP/Selectboard Meeting
Wed Apr 24 @07:00PM -
Deforestation & the Future of the Amazon
Fri Apr 26 @07:00PM -
Adult Healthy Bones & Balance Class
Sat Apr 27 @08:30AM -
Wendell Oral History Project
Sat Apr 27 @02:00PM - 03:15PM

Old Home Day

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