How to Subscribe to the Band & Colorguard Calendar
This is the URL address of the calendar:
Here's what to do with that information depending on which device you're using:
iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch: Go to Settings=>Mail, Contacts, & Calendars=>Add Account=>Other=>Subscribe to Calendar. Type in the URL above (or copy and paste it) paste it into the box labeled "Server" and click "Next." Now click "Save." You're all done. You can turn the calendar on and off using the Calendars pull down menu in iCal.
Mac: Open iCal. From the Calendar menu, select "Subscribe." Type (or copy and paste) the URL above into the Popup box and click "Subscribe." That's it.
Windows Phones & Tablets: Go to calendar.live.com and log in with your Live account. If you don't have one, get one. It's free. Once you're signed in, click "Subscribe" at the top. Keep "Subscribe to a Public Calendar" selected. Paste in the URL address listed at the top of this page. Give the Calendar a name. Choose a color and a charm if you'd like. Then click "Subscribe to Calendar." You should be good.
Android Phones & Tablets: For you Android users, it's a little more complicated. You need to subscribe to the calendar in the Google Calendar web client using the @gmail.com account your phone is configured for. Follow these steps:
1. Using a desktop or laptop computer (not your phone), log into the Google Calendar associated with your Android device at
2. Click on the down arrow next to "Other Calendars"
3. Choose "Add by URL"
4. Paste in the URL listed above.
5. The calendar added to your Google account will appear on your phone when you refresh. You will need to include it in the Calendars to sync list to sync it with your phone. See Google's documentation for syncing/displaying calendars from your Google Calendar:
Windows computers: Click the link at the top of the page (URL Address of Calendar). You may be prompted to acknowledge that you are opening a hyperlink. If so, click Yes. At the prompt "Add this Internet Calendar to Outlook and subscribe to updates" click Yes. The calendar should open in side-by-side view in the Outlook Calendar and is added to the Navigation Pane in Calendar view under "Other Calendars."