WordPress Calendar Examples

There are hundreds of thousands of sites using The Events Calendar. These are some of our favorite WordPress calendar examples.

Featured Calendar: American Perimeter Trail

This month’s WordPress calendar example is The American Perimeter Trail, which is a 12,000-mile loop of land that spans the United States. The trail’s conference team aims to connect the land, resources, people, and communities. It strives to encourage conservation efforts through recreation, allowing all people and generations to experience the diversity of the contiguous…

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Featured Calendar: Medina Bookshop

Running an independent bookstore these days is not for the faint-hearted. With big retailers selling books online for cheap, maintaining an independent bookstore certainly offers challenges. That’s why it’s essential to have a website to showcase your business, which is precisely what our WordPress calendar example, Medina Bookshop, does. They not only sell their books…

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Featured Calendar: Minding Your Mind

Minding Your Mind is a WordPress calendar example of an organization focusing primarily on providing mental health education to adolescents, teens, young adults, their parents, teachers, and school administrators. They aim to reduce the stigma and destructive behaviors that often go hand in hand with mental health issues.  They showcase their educational offerings and programs…

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Featured Calendar: CyclingSavvy

It’s not every day that you find a website that provides such a breadth of resources for its given craft. Well, in this WordPress calendar example, CyclingSavvy has done just that. They’ve created a one-stop-shop for anyone visiting their WordPress site, looking for cycling classes, online courses, membership options, and so much more! As part…

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Featured Calendar: Congregation Shaara Tfille

Running in-person and virtual worship activities can be challenging. There are many considerations required to ensure that your congregants can find your events easily and attend them without a hitch.  Well, Congregation Shaara Tfille located in Saratoga Springs, New York, makes it look easy. They’ve built a WordPress site for their synagogue, using The Events…

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Customer Spotlight Interintellect

Creating crowdsourced virtual events that appeal to your target audience is an excellent way to foster community, and Interintellect does just that. Their website aims to build a culture of like-minded individuals by hosting salons, where people can talk about a variety of topics without being judged. They have a membership site, which allows users…

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Babypalooza connects new and expecting parents with events, courses, and baby products. The non-profit organization hosts events aimed to create a light-hearted community around education and access to resources. People visiting the site can watch product demos, chat with other parents, and learn tips for child-rearing success. Babypalooza also has an events calendar that we’re…

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Who hasn’t dreamed of impressing their loved ones with a perfect four-course meal? Well, the folks at Whisk in Bellevue, Washington have made it their mission to help customers take their home cooking skills to the next level. Run by husband-and-wife duo Ann and Don Perinchief, this culinary school offers both in-person and online cooking…

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The Men of League Foundation provides assistance to the rugby community. They help ex-players, administrators, referees, and club volunteers with their physical and mental health needs. The foundation aids with everything from surgery, rehabilitation, and equipment to specialist care and at-home visits. They also rely on The Events Calendar to promote upcoming events on their…

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