Have you taken a look at your club's NSN calendar recently? Were you suprised  to find events that weren't your clubs events, or a bunch of virtual events, listed alongside your club's own events? You can adjust your club calendar settings to show only events you want. You can list just your club events, add select nearby events, or even add additional events from across the country.

To check your calendars settings, first log in to the Night Sky network:

Then, click on "Edit Club Set-up"

Click on the "Calendar Preferences" button.

You will now see the display options available for your club calendar. 

You can choose options to allow National/Regional Events to display on your calendar (which includes Virtual Events from other clubs), events occurring within a set distance from your club, federal holidays, and if you wish, to display cancelled events

There are advanced additional options to allow "probably" as an option for event RSVPs, and a whitelist, which tells JPL's servers to allow the NSN embedded calendar and widget to display on your website.

Once you have reviewed your preferences, save any changes by clicking the 'Submit All Changes" button. You can always go back and re-adjust your settings until you have achieved your preferred mix of events for your calendar! 

Last Updated: January 30, 2021

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