New on-line calendar

The Sooke News Mirror introduces a new easy to use calendar for community events

Maybe you’ve noticed our new online calendar at: sookenewsmirror.com. It’s definitely not the old one.

The new calendar requires no login or password, and the form to submit an item is easy to use. You can designate where you wish the calendar item to appear within the region’s Black Press B.C. family of websites.

You can also spread the word about your event to Facebook and Twitter from our calendar.

It’s free, of course. There’s even a spot for an image, say a rehearsal photo from a high school play.

Someone here in the Sooke News Mirror newsroom will check each item before it posts just to make sure it complies with our simple guidelines, which lead off the submission form. Basically, please don’t post a business-oriented sale.

Our online calendar is a great way to create buzz about your organization or your event.

And, did we mention it’s easy to use?

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