Holiday Calendars and Subscribing To Other Public Calendars

In the Mac Calendar app, you can view a selection of local holidays using switch in Calendar Preferences. You can see holidays in other countries by temporarily switching your Mac's region and then toggling this preference. You can also subscribe to any publicly-available calendar you wish from the Internet. You can make your own calendars and share those as well.

Comments: 5 Responses to “Holiday Calendars and Subscribing To Other Public Calendars”

    Bert Mullemeister
    1 year ago

    Hi Gary
    is it possible to have in my case the both Australian and the Netherlands

    1 year ago

    Bert: Great question! Yes, there is a way. Subscribe to the one not in your region by setting your region to that and adding it in preferences like I show in the video. Then Control+click on it in the sidebar in Calendar and select Copy URL. Then change your region back, uncheck and then check that box in Preferences to subscribe to that one. Then use File, New Calendar Subscription, and paste the URL of the other calendar to manually subscribe to that one too.

    fefeo
    1 year ago

    Thank you Marina! xx

    Norm
    1 year ago

    Wow! I really enjoyed the personalized calendars such as Little League scheds, or PTA meetings et al

    Wayne Sheridan
    1 year ago

    Excellent video on adding calendars. I was looking to add moon phases and NASA launches. Done. Thank You! I’ll share this for sure.

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