Post your own calendar items on the Web
Take control of your calendar item.The Post Independent now offers our readers the opportunity to post their own events at http://www.postindependent.com. These events will then appear on the online version, and the print version will feature an abbreviated version of the calendar.Along with being able to post the events themselves, the site also allows event organizers to post a photo with their event, as well as a link to the event’s own Web site. There is also an area for a short description of the event. The description is limited to 100 words.The posting process is fairly simple. Go to http://www.postindependent.com and click on the “calendar” link on the left side of the front page. In the center of the calendar page is a link that says “add your event.” Click on this link and follow the instructions. There is also a link for tips on submitting events.The fields shaded red are required. In the “active days” field, check only the days of the event.The event submission won’t show up on the site immediately. Each item will be approved by the PI staff prior to being released to the Web site. The goal is to make the calendar reader friendly. To that end, not all submissions will be posted to the site.In order for events to be considered for the print edition calendar, items must be submitted no later than noon on Monday for Wednesday’s calendar, and noon on Thursday for Saturday’s Calendar.While we would like the community to take ownership of the calendar, we still encourage organizations to keep us up to date with what’s happening by sending news releases as always.If there are any questions, comments or problems with the calendar, please contact online editor Sean Kelly at email@example.com or community editor Kay Vasilakis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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