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Just enter an alert at a customized time (which is equal to end of the event). This works for iCal 5 (Mac OS X 10.7): and also for iCal 7 (Mac OS X 10.9). It looks a bit different though:
The ics file has an organizer line. Per the rfc2445 standard, Section 3.5 - Security Considerations, non event owners are NOT allowed to modified the event... hence the reason for getting the CalDAVWriteEntityQueueableOperation error. Removing the entire ORGANIZER line from the ics file before importing fixes the issue. Per the standard, if the event is ...
It is actually possible to download the subscription and then delete some events: In the calendar app, right-click on the holiday calendar subscription and then "copy URL to clipboard". Paste this into a web browser, download the .ics file, double-click and finally we are there: All holidays for the next 10 years are imported, and all of the unwanted events ...
There is no way to delete US Holidays from the "Other" section of the Calendar app. But if the calendar shows up in the "Subscribed" section, you can delete it as follows: Open Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Subscribed Calendars Tap the calendar you want to delete. Tap "Delete Account" at the bottom.
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