Integrated NSC Google Calendar
Our integrated NSC Google calendar provides a comprehensive view of upcoming events, colour-coded for easy reference. To access the colour scheme, click on the down arrow located on the right side of the Agenda and for more consult the Usage Notes. For detailed information about the events that NSC hosts annually, please visit the Annual Events page.
Please note that the complete Race Calendar will be available on pages 2-4 of the Sailing Instructions once they are published. However, most race events (excluding certain events hosted by other clubs) are also included in this calendar.
To learn how to integrate the NSC calendars into your own calendar, please refer to the instructions provided.
If you come across any errors or omissions, kindly reach out to our email@example.com.
- Events with a solid background are all-day events or events for which a start/end time has not yet been specified; events with coloured text and starting with a time are part-day events;
- Events are colour coded – Click on the arrow to the right of the Agenda to view the colour codes, and to select which types of events to view by selecting/ deselecting the tick marks;
- Click on an event to see details like when, where and a description (when available). Some descriptions have a link: click it to open;
- Click on Week to have a more detailed view of the current or selected week;
- Click on the Agenda to view all the calendar entries.
- Click on a weather icon (available for the current + 3 days) to get a more detailed weather forecast.
- Click on Print to choose the print format (font size, colour, orientation) and send the calendar to your printer.
- Experiment! You will discover new features not covered by this note.
This calendar shows NSC events from April 2009 onward. Club policy is to not accept rental reservations for the Harbourview Hall and Sailing Room, for weekends and evenings, between April and Thanksgiving, until such time as the club sailing and social calendar is published for the upcoming year. That usually happens in January.