Calendar

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This calendar SUPERSEDES the Trestleboard.
If your event is not on this digital calendar, it does not exist!
This is -NOT- for public rentals!
If you are looking for the PUBLIC rental page, please visit:

KSMTA Rental ‎(Blue)‎ Events ‎(Red, Not at Temple)‎

 

KSMTA Rental ‎(Blue)‎ & Events ‎‎(Red, Not at Temple)‎‎



 
SUBSCRIBE TO THIS CALENDAR on another Google Calendar
Here are some instructions on how to add this calendar to your own Google calendar.
Right CLICK and Copy This Link and follow the instructions below to add this calendar to your Google calendar, your phone or other system.
 
If you would like to add someone's secondary calendar - such as a group, class, sports, or school calendar - you will need to add this by URL. You will need to know the URL of the calendar, which is above or also here (right click and "Copy Link Address"):
 
To add a calendar using its address, follow these steps:
  1. At the bottom of the calendar list on the left, click the Add down-arrow button and select Add by URL.
  2. Find the address of the Google Calendar in iCalendar format, or if you have the iCalendar address of a calendar from a different application (for example, Apple's iCal), you can use this as well.
  3. Click Add By URL and paste the URL address in the field provided.
  4. Click Add Calendar. The calendar will appear in the Other Calendars section of the calendar list to the left.
 
 
SUBSCRIBING TO THIS CALENDAR ON iCal 
getting Google calendar to sync with iCal on the computer is quite straightforward: add a Google calendar account to iCal following these instructions, and under the “delegation” tab, include any secondary calendars you may have. It gets tricky with the iPhone.

SUBSCRIBE TO THIS CALENDAR on iPhone

Here’s what you need to do:
  1. Add your Google account as a Microsoft Exchange account as described here.
  2. Head over to https://m.google.com/sync/settings/iconfig/, select your iPhone (or other device), and choose which calendars you want to sync.

It’s pretty straightforward, but (a) you have to know about it and (b) do not forget the trailing slash in the URL above.