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Daily Five: Yom Kippur Services, Knitting

Things your should know about in West Hartford on Sept. 26, 2012.

1. Among the many Yom Kippur services today is this one at 8:45 a.m. for children at Congregation Beth Israel. According to the synagogue, "The services will introduce preschool children to the High Holy Days through prayers, songs, and stories. The services are free and open to the public and no tickets are required."

2. West Hartford Public Schools are closed today because of the Jewish holiday.

3. Knitting looks so relaxing, doesn't it? Find out on Wednesday afternoons at the Bishops Corner Branch of the West Hartford Library. And if you're already a pro (one of those people who can knit a tuxedo), they're looking for volunteer instructors.

4. Have you voted yet in Patch's Crazy Cats photo contest? There are cats from West Hartford, Avon, Simsbury, Canton, the Granbys, and Farmington. Vote for your favorite.

5. QUOTE: All would live long, but none would be old. - Benjamin Franklin

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