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    Even though it is not a direct implementation, I hope this could be helpful:

    We just launched integration with Integromat platform, which helps to build automated workflows. We also provide several templates for quick start, and one of them allows to copy google calendar events into WA events. So if you share a google calendar for events submission, then the scenario could copy submitted events into your Wild Apricot account.
    You can try this integration by this link https://www.integromat.com/en/integration/2275-copy-google-calendar-into-wild-apricot-events

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    Definitely would like to allow members to submit detailed events without being administrators.

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    This is exactly what we need, as well. Especially the part where a member can register (I'd actually prefer a simple RSVP) and be given the family members' names to choose from.

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    For those who want this feature immediately, you might check into Mad Mimi, which is an email service. I use it and it's great (and free!) You can set it up so that it will email new blog posts automatically. Of course, the major drawback is that it has a separate database for recipients. However, you could add a subscription button on your blog page, so that users can sign up to receive these updates. All they'd have to do is click the button and then enter their email address. You wouldn't have to do anything else.

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