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With a picturesque town common, a historic gazebo and a federal church, you will feel welcome when you arrive here. Small and cozy, with an adorable New England country store (Shawnee’s), serving homemade food, breakfast sandwiches and the like, will definitely greet you with a smile. Wentworth Historic Museum, which holds events/conversations on Saturdays; Hamilton Field, with summer farmers markets to explore; Plummer’s Ledge Natural Area, comprising 3.5 acres of unique geologic features called “glacial potholes,” are waiting for you to savor. A pedestrian bridge, located in Wentworth, with its heart-warming story of how it connected two sides of the village, is something you will want to read about and certainly want to see. It was named Friendship Bridge for a very important reason. Two towns, working together toward the same goal, proved that they could make something happen for the betterment of each town. Wonderful!

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