About iCalShare
  1. Academic Academic (459)
  2. Apple Apple (64)
  3. Art-design Art & Design (34)
  4. Birthday Birthday (10)
  5. Book Book (3)
  6. Business Business (153)
  7. Comedy Comedy (8)
  8. Games Games (40)
  9. History History (10)
  1. Holiday Holiday (324)
  2. Local-events Local Events (306)
  3. Miscellaneous Miscellaneous (215)
  4. Movies Movie (32)
  5. Music Music (181)
  6. News News (6)
  7. Political Political (15)
  8. Radio Radio (4)
  9. Religion Religion (175)
  1. Scifi-fantasy Sci-Fi & Fantasy (3)
  2. Science Science (46)
  3. Sports Sports (147)
  4. Sports Sports: AFL (50)
  5. Sports Sports: Auto (67)
  6. Sports Sports: Baseball (97)
  7. Sports Sports: Basketball (788)
  8. Sports Sports: Cricket (8)
  9. Sports Sports: Cycling (19)
  1. Sports Sports: Football (558)
  2. Sports Sports: Golf (2)
  3. Sports Sports: Hockey (109)
  4. Sports Sports: Motorcycle (8)
  5. Sports Sports: Olympics (1)
  6. Sports Sports: Rugby (107)
  7. Sports Sports: Soccer (349)
  8. Sports Sports: Tennis (2)
  9. Sports Sports: Volleyball (1)
  1. Sports Sports: Winter Sports (1)
  2. Technology Technology (52)
  3. Television Television (6)

About iCalShare

It’s wonderful.
One of those simple but brilliant ideas that makes you wonder why no one thought of it before.
There’s a nice community brewing at iCalShare
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iCalShare is the largest calendar sharing resource on the web.

The site contains over 3,500 calendars across 40 different categories. Calendars are free to download and can be used with any desktop or website application that can import iCalendar files.

How it works

You buy a new computer. You open your calendar program. And it's blank. No holidays. No sports schedules. iCalShare to the rescue!

Just find a calendar you like, subscribe to it, and the events from the calendar will be added to your calendar program.

Once you subscribe, your calendar will stay up-to-date with the latest changes.

Still confused? Check out our Help page.

History

iCalShare was first launched in 2002. The site was created by Patrick Crowley,
a technologist and long-time Mac user.

Press

iCalShare has appeared in the Washington Post, Baltimore Sun, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Wired, and Macworld. The site was also featured in Steve Jobs’ keynote speech at Macworld Expo San Francisco.

Supporters

iCalShare wouldn't be possible without the help of these folks.

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