You can remove individual days from a long-lasting event (eg an exhibition that is closed every
Monday and on special days such as Christmas and Midsummer).
You can give regular exceptions with the replication tool: enter the date of the first exception in the
Date field and make the recurrences activating Repeat.
With Exclude dates, you can hide closing times made with the recurrence tool so
that the exhibition is open. Example: The exhibition is always closed on Mondays
(made with replication tool) but one specific Monday the exhibition is open. Give that Monday here. If you
wish, you can enter multiple “open” days by clicking "Add exception".
With Include dates, you can provide more "closed" dates. Example: The exhibition
is closed on Mondays but also on Midsummer Day (Saturday). Give that Saturday here. If you wish, you
can enter multiple “closed” days by clicking "Add exception".
Do not click "Send" while filling the form. Fill information to all tabs and send only when completed. Please check the form carefully, because you can't edit your event(s) after sending.Your event(s) will be published in three working days.
The information you send will be stored in the Turku Event Calendar content management system. Some of the information is also transmitted through Linked Events open interface for public use in other calendars.