Click the button top right labelled ‘Month’ to change how the calendar is presented. There are two possible views, with ‘Month’ being the default and ‘Agenda’ (aka list) being the alternative.
As a default, the current month is shown. Click the preceding/following months top left to move backward/forward one month, or the preceding/following years to move backward/forward one year.
The calendar is searchable by:
- Local authority.
- Type of event (e.g. markets, food swaps, etc).
- Event name or keyword.
To search by suburb or local authority, hover your mouse over the word ‘Locations’ top left and then select (i.e. click) one or more suburbs or local authorities from the list of that pops up. You can keep adding more suburbs or local authorities to the filter if you want. Ditto removing suburbs or local authorities.
Note that, to put them at the top of the alphabetical order, the local authority names each have a ‘.’ in front of them.
When filtering by suburb or local authority, you may want to look at the results as a list rather than the monthly calendar – to do so, click the button ‘Month’ top right and then select ‘Agenda’.
If you then save the resulting url as a favourite/bookmark then this link will always show these suburbs or local authorities.
Pressing the cross next to the word ‘Locations’ clears the filter.
In similar ways, the calendar can be filtered by type of event (e.g. markets, food swaps, etc) by hovering over the word ‘Categories’ top left.
Finally, although it cannot be done from the calendar page itself, the calendar can effectively be searched by event name or keyword using the Google-like search box top right on either this help page or the home page.
You can add the calendar to your Gmail, Outlook or Apple calendar using the button bottom right labelled ‘Subscribe’. It will henceforth keep your copy of the calendar in sync with the website version.
Or, if you are looking at a particular event, you can add that event to your Gmail, Outlook or Apple calendar using the button top right labelled ‘Add to Calendar’.