Subscribe To Or Download Special Events Calendar
If you use calendar software on your computer, tablet, or phone, you might want to able to view the Special Events Calendar using the same software.
Most modern applications such as Outlook, Apple iCal, Mozilla Sunbird/Lightning, and Google Calendar allow you to subscribe directly to online (remote) calendars. This is generally the best option as whenever the Special Events Calendar changes (or a new season's list is produced) they will be automatically shown in your calendar.
Depending on your setup, the simplest way to subscribe is to click the calendar icon to the left.
Please set your subscription to be read-only, and refresh at most once a day.
Outlook, Apple iCal, iPod
Click the calendar icon above to subscribe. If you have an iPod then you can configure it to synchronize automatically with both iCal and Outlook.
In the Calendar tab -> Right click an open space -> New Calendar, select "On the Network", and paste the URL http://www.centurionlacrosse.org.uk/events.ics into the Location, and then choose a name and colour.
Finally, right click on your newly created calendar in the Calendar tab, and click "Properties". Select the "Read-only" option and then click "OK" to stop your calendar from trying to publish (and timeout) any modifications you attempt to make.
Simply click the following link and follow the instructions to add to Google Calendar
In most modern calendars there should be an option entitled something like "Subscribe" or "Internet Calendar Subscription", or an option under "New Calendar" such as "On the network" to enable you to subscribe.
Enter webcal://www.centurionlacrosse.org.uk/events.ics for the remote address of the calendar.
If your application does not support the webcal protocol you can also try http://www.centurionlacrosse.org.uk/events.ics
Other applications may allow you to import the Special Events Calendar if they support the iCalendar format. Click on the link to download the file, and follow your application's instructions to import.