Add the Lake Braddock Chorus calendar to your Google Calendar by following these directions and all the chorus events for this year will automatically show up on your calendar!
This can't be done directly on your smart phone. It must be done from the desktop version of Google Calendar, but once it's set up, you can use the settings on your phone's calendar to make it show up there, too.
On your desktop PC, click on "+Google Calendar" in the lower-right of the mini calendar below. Google Calendar will automatically open and prompt you to add the calendar. Click on, "Yes, add this calendar."
A new calendar "LBHS Chorus" should now show up on the list on the left side of the screen. By default, no notifications are enabled for the calendar. So, nothing will popup on your screen for reminders. If you want to set notifications, click on the drop-down arrow to the right of "LBHS Chorus" and choose "Calendar settings." Then you will be able to "Edit notifications" and "Add a notification." Personally, I like to add notifications for 1 day before and 60 minutes before. When finished, click "Save" to save your changes.
Now, to make the calendar show up on your smart phone, open Google Calendar on your phone, tap the three dots in the upper-right corner and tap "Refresh." Then, tap the three bars in the upper-left corner, scroll down to "settings" and click on that. You will see a list of your current calendars. If "LB Chorus" is not already there, click on "show more" and it should show up. Click on "LB Chorus" and turn Sync on. If you want notifications to pop up on your phone to let you know about upcoming chorus events, click "Add a notification" and set up notifications according to your preferences.
Exit back to your calendar display and you should see the chorus events showing up on your calendar.
If you use a different calendar app than Google, you may need the ICS link for our calendar, here it is:
School holidays are not on the Chorus Calendar. If you would like to add the FCPS school Year Calendar, here is the link to do that: