November Christmas Events & Markets

Christmas events and markets provide the perfect opportunity to get started on your holiday shopping. Luckily, Abbotsford is home to great variety of markets, events and interactive family activities to elevate your holiday spirit. Below is a list of 10 holiday events happening throughout November. Also, check out the Passport to Christmas in Abbotsford for your chance to win The Ultimate Abbotsford Experience.


Passport to Christmas IN ABBOTSFORD | Nov 1 - Dec 22
The Passport to Christmas guides you around Abbotsford to unique boutiques, one-of-a-kind shops, and fertile farms. At each stop, make sure you get your passport stamped, bringing you one step closer for a chance to win 1 of 2 prizes!

Crafts with Mrs. Claus at Glenda’s | Nov 12
Bring your little ones to enjoy free cookie decorating and crafting with Mrs. Claus. There will be popcorn and hot chocolate to enjoy beside the bonfire as well!

4th Annual Plaza Christmas Market | Nov 11 - 12
Shop over 80 local handmade artisans, food trucks, gingerbread decorating and gift basket draw. Free admission & parking.

West Coast Christmas Show at Tradex | Nov 18 - 20
Featuring over 140 artisans - Discover new ideas for holiday entertaining, decorating and gift giving. Remember to get your Passport stamped!


4th Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony at Highstreet | Nov 19
To get you into the holiday spirit, they have a 40-piece marching band & 65 ft Christmas Tree with Rudolf, Frosty and most importantly Santa joining the festivities.

A Heritage Christmas in Clayburn | Nov 19
Enjoy music, tea and scones, a vintage marketplace, kid’s crafts, food as well as guided village tours. Hosted by the Clayburn Village Community society.

8th Annual Trees of Hope | Nov 21 - 27
Visit the Food Court to view all of the wonderfully decorated trees from our generous sponsors. Vote for your favourite tree and enter to win a $100 Sevenoaks Gift Card.

Toys for tots at the Quality Hotel | Nov 25
Bring a toy or money donation and stay for a free buffet breakfast. Proceeds benefit the Abbotsford Christmas Bureau.

Winter Jubilee in Historic Downtown Abbotsford | Nov 25
Winter Jubilee is a free community event celebrating the 27th Annual Christmas Tree Lighting.  Enjoy live music, craft beer gardens, interactive children’s games + activities, artisan marketplace and food trucks.

Maan Farms Christmas Market | Nov 26
Join us for the 2nd Annual Country Christmas Market. A great one stop shop to cross a few names off of your Christmas list while support local businesses, and having a great time.

The Nutcracker | Nov 27
Experience the magic of The Nutcracker this holiday season with Royal City Youth Ballet's full length ballet, featuring a cast of 100+ dedicated and enthusiastic dancers.

The Olde Farmhouse Vintage Market

Well-loved items, thousands of visitors and a stress-free venue make this show producer smile



As Leah Faulkner, show producer and manager for The Olde Farmhouse Vintage Market, starts thinking about her third show Nov. 12–13 at Tradex, she just smiles about the stresses she and her husband Tom no longer encounter.

“Tradex is a stress reliever. It’s a whole package. They take care of the event security, parking, promoting, overall cleanup and take-down. I’ve done seven markets since 2012, and comparing our old rustic venue at the Maple Ridge Albion Fairgrounds with Tradex is a difference like night and day,” said Faulkner.

“While half the vendors used to be in barns and outside in the grass, and the facility fit what we were doing in a rustic sense, the weather was not always cooperative. My husband and I used to have to clean washrooms and manage the parking, too,” Faulkner said.

“Now the show-goers get to enjoy dry shopping and the time-worn pieces are protected from the elements.”

The show moved to Tradex initially because it grew too big and had too many shoppers and vendors. The first Tradex show was in November, 2015, second was in June this year, and what’s on tap this month is her third one. Even though Faulkner is a relative newcomer to the 120,000 square foot facility, she is happy to share her experiences for Tradex’s 25th anniversary.

Faulkner’s mother-in-law from the Prairies has an especially keen eye for farmhouse-style collectibles and taught her how to finish some of her great junking and garage-sale finds.

“When Tom and I were first married, we couldn’t afford the stuff in the big stores so we went to garage sales to acquire things cheaply. Eventually every room was finished and we got to the stage where we would love to find something new and different, but we would trade-out what we already had,” Faulkner said.

“Once we came home with a trailer full of furniture after looking for treasures and we consulted with others through Craigslist to put on a market. We had 35 vendors for the first show.”

The Olde Farmhouse Vintage Market places value on things that are well-loved and that are sometimes rusted, dented, and roughed up. Vendor names are cute, like Knotty Paintbrush, Glitter and Spice, Just A Tinker and Cottage Kisses. Some 125 vendors are participating in the next Tradex show.

“It’s a dream being at Tradex,” said Faulkner. “We attract an audience of 6,000 people over the weekend. We don’t have stages, but we have vendors who sell paint and give tutorials on how to finish their projects.” Finished projects are also available.

Faulkner does not consider herself a hoarder—far from it. But there are certain items with which she just cannot part; her grandmother’s old quilt she used to wrap around herself when she was young is one of them.

A special find in her home is a pie cupboard. “I love the colour of the wood. It is rustic. It is sentimental and makes my imagination work. What little old lady cooled her special pies in this piece of furniture?”

For Faulkner, the show at Tradex also offers a message for the next generation. “We love to teach our kids we shouldn’t be a throw-away society,” she said.

And because of that, she believes her show at Tradex contributes to making the world a better place.


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Abbotsford Must-Visit Fall Destinations

A refreshing, crisp breeze, the leaves changing colour, pumpkin-spiced lattés…all signs that fall has arrived. The change of seasons doesn’t mean that we should be spending time indoors. In fact, quite the opposite!

We are talking about colourful pumpkin patches, vibrant apple orchards, daunting corn mazes, bumpin’ hayrides and so much more. Our list of fall destinations has something for everyone.

And, while most are family-friendly, we have a few activities that are better suited for the adult kid in all of us, like craft beer stations and haunted experiences in corn mazes.
So, whether you're looking to stock up on decorative gourds, master the perfect pumpkin pie with locally grown pumpkins, make jars of tree-fresh applesauce, or spend the day having ‘fall family fun’, Abby has you covered.

Come prepared. Bring shoes and pants you can get dirty. And, don't forget to layer.

Abby Roadside (NEW!)

Family-friendly | Dog-friendly (on leash) | Designed for adults, but fun for the whole family.


  • Roadside social
  • BC’s first beer-tasting corn maze with local breweries (Fieldhouse, Ravens, Old Abbey Ales, Old Yale). Two other mazes for all ages. (please check their social channels for closure updates due to weather) 
  • Craft beer garden
  • Doggie bar & photo booth
  • Pumpkin patch
  • Apple cannon
  • Autumn Eats at Food Trucks

Open September 30th to October 23. (Friday, Saturday, and Sunday)
Admission: Free for 2 and under, $5 for 3-18 years, and $10 for 19 plus.
@abbyroadside on Instagram and Facebook

Taves Family Farms (Applebarn Pumpkin Farm)

Family-friendly | No dogs | Free admission to the apple orchard and pumpkin patch


  • U-Pick apples for couples, families, and friends. Smaller trees that are perfect for the little ones.
  • Large pumpkin patch to choose that perfect Jack-o-Lantern and stands with several pumpkin varieties and gourds to choose from.
  • Fresh cold-pressed apple cider (100% apples), made before your very eyes.
  • Hayrides and ponyrides
  • Petting Barn
  • Corn maze, with a quest, that is best suited for children ages 3 to 12.
  • Farm foods to keep you energized like caramel apples and apple cider slushies

Admission for attractions: Applebarn pass includes most attractions. Free for children 2 and under. See website for details).
Open daily until November 1st.
@tavesfarms on Instagram and Twitter and @tavesfamilyfarms on Facebook


Family-friendly | No dogs | Family-friendly with experiences just for teenagers and adults


  • Flashlight Corn Maze opens after dark. Only a flashlight can guide corn maze-goers through the rows.
  • Haunted Corn Maze: This year, Leatherface and his accomplices have been joined by a band of crazed clowns. It’s a terrifying corn maze with many dead ends and full of surprises from starving zombies and chainsaw-wielding murderers to killer clowns.
  • Maan’s Estate Winery, award-winning wine with a free tasting room.
  • Moonlight Wagon Rides
  • Pumpkin Patch
  • Petting Zoo
  • Country Store with farm-fresh foods and home-made fudge

Admission: A la carte pricing. See website for details.
Open daily until November 11th
@maanfarms on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook

Willow View Farms

Family-friendly | No dogs please | No general admission rates


  • U-Pick apples for couples, families, and friends.
  • Pumpkin patch with several varieties to choose from in different colours and sizes.
  • Home of the annual Farmer vs. Farmer’s wife giant pumpkin growing contest. This year ‘meet Ugly Randy’, an 800 lb pumpkin! (see photo above) 
  • Hayrides
  • Playground and petting zoo
  • Country-chic décor

Open daily until November 1st. Hayrides are available on weekends only including Thanksgiving Monday.
@willowviewfarms on Instagram and Facebook


Coming from the east on Highway 1, head to Abby Roadside and then take the Sumas Way exit to Huntingdon Road where you can visit Maan Farms, Taves Farms, and Willow View Farms all within a 10-minute stretch.

Coming from the west on Highway 1, reverse it and take the Sumas Way exit to Huntingdon Rd to visit Maan Farms, Taves Farms and Willow View Farms before heading back on the Highway to hit Abby Roadside.

Top 10 Adventures in Abbotsford

The BC Summer Games are in Abbotsford from July 21 to 24th. We're excited to welcome all the participants, families and friends to our city. Find time in between competitions and take a few hours to explore these exciting ideas and adventures below. Go Abby Games! 

1. Circle Farm Tour

While in Abbotsford, don’t miss our Circle Farm Tour. This self-guided tour takes you through our country side and will lead you to a variety of specialty farm gate vendors, charming eateries, a barn full of antiques and the best ice cream you will ever eat. Download Guide 

2. Historic Downtown

Walk through the heart of Abbotsford and discover vintage stores, charming boutiques and delicious eateries while in Historic Downtown. It’s the perfect meld of past and present, where you will find unique restored heritage buildings and shopping.

3. Castle Fun Park

A free-admission, family amusement park offering year round excitement for everyone. From mini golf, go carts, batting cages and arcade games, Castle Fun Park is a great place to bring the kids for an afternoon in Abbotsford. 

4. Beer & Wine Tour

Sip, Savour and Share on the Abbotsford Beer & Wine Tour! Download the map to start your self-guided tour of our local craft breweries and wineries. While tasting, take time to discover the unique flavours of our valley. Download Map 

5. Walks, Trails & Mountain Biking

Enjoy the great outdoors with the whole family in Abbotsford's 157 parks consisting of over 2,584 acres of parkland and 98 kilometers of urban trails. From Mill Lake Park to Sumas Mountain, there is so much terrain to be discovered by you. More info here. Photo Credit: Mona Lucas

6. Comedy Show 

Enjoy a laugh at Canada’s national stand-up comedy club, Yuk Yuk’s. Shows run nightly Wednesday to Saturday. Check out their website to see who's in town while you're here. 

7. Visit a Museum

Abbotsford is a city rich in talent, culture and history. While you check out all the museums, galleries, & artisans, don't forget to tour all the public art that can be found throughout Abbotsford. More info here. 

8. Shopping

Let us be your guide as you hunt for those one-of-a-kind items during your stay. Sevenoaks Shopping Centre is centrally located and likely has all that you need. If you’re looking for an outdoor shopping centre, check out Highstreet – a new, open-air shopping centre located at Mt.Lehman interchange. 

9. Golfing

The lush greenery of Abbotsford is home to a variety of courses that are open year-round! Regardless of your swing, there is a tee waiting for you. During your next stay, take a visit to Fraserglen or Ledgeview Golf Course. More info here.

10. Skydiving

Seeking thrill & adventure? Why not book a trip with Vancouver Skydive and experience the Drop Zone which is located in scenic Abbotsford. All of their Tandem Skydives are done with an experienced and qualified Tandem Instructors!

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Valentine’s Day in Abbotsford

The Cutest Couple Photo Contest at HighStreet

Feb 1 – 13
Bring your Valentine to Highstreet Starbucks or Marshalls Lobby for a photo. Share it on Instagram with #HS_CutestCouple, or email the photo to You could win a free Date Night with lattes for two at Highstreet Starbucks and a movie at Cineplex Theatres! Let’s make this Valentine’s the cutest ever! A total of 20 prizes will be awarded in a random draw. Rules and Regs available at


Chocolate Dipping Extravaganza at ChocolaTas

Sat, Feb 13th 10am – 5pm 
Your invited to bring your own strawberries to the Abbotsford location for a chocolate dipping extravaganza! Their very own Master Chocolatier Wim Tas, will assist you in creating the most unique "DIY" Valentine's gift!  For $15/person, you can bring up to 1 dozen strawberries for dipping into our very own tempered chocolate. Contact or by phone 604-504-5957 to book your 30 minute time slot!


Brunch at Tanglebank Gardens & Brambles Bistro

Sun, Feb 14th 10am – 2pm
Don’t miss out on reserving your spot for the Sweetheart Sunday Brunch in Brambles Bistro. Everyone is welcome, including kids. The white chocolate french toast with raspberry coulis & orange chantilly cream topped with roasted hazelnuts sounds amazing! See menu here


Dinner at Restaurant 62

Sat, Feb 13th & Sun, Feb 14th 5pm & 730pm
Enjoy a 3 course dinner at 5pm or 5 course dinner at 730pm both Saturday and Sunday. Their delicious menu features the freshest local ingredients. Also, they’re one of our Circle Farm Tour partners! We advise making reservations soon. See menu here


Dancing at Suburban Swing Dance

Sun, Feb 14 7:30pm – 11:30pm
Western Canada's oldest and largest swing dance club is here in Abbotsford and has been entertaining dancers since 2000. Specializing in East Coast Swing, Lindy Hop, and Balboa, they offer swing dance lessons every Sunday! The Abbotsford Social Activity Association, known as the ASAA, is also the home of Suburban Swing.

Fraser Valley Rings in the New Year

Did you know Abbotsford hosted the second annual Fraser Valley First Night? Thousands of residents from the Fraser Valley and surrounding Metro Vancouver communities were at Tradex in Abbotsford on December 31st to ring in the New Year.

The Fraser Valley First Night 2016 was attended by over 3700 guests. The family-friendly event featured midway rides, climbing wall, live entertainment, Tumblebus, Creative Cube, inflatable kid’s activities, face painting, balloon drop, and a midnight fireworks display.  And judging by the response from guests throughout the evening, the event struck a chord with many people who are looking for something affordable to do in the Valley with their families on New Year’s.

“This was our second year hosting the event, it has been so much fun to be surrounded by so many families enjoying such a special evening together in a safe, warm, family-friendly environment,” said Craig Nichols, Executive Director of the Tourism Abbotsford Society. ”The team here is excited to begin plans for next year.”

Highlights of the evening also included free family photos courtesy of North Pole BC, a magic show by Gary Savard, and the opportunity for kids in attendance to learn some new dance moves under the instruction of Lorissa Arndt.

“The evening would not have been as successful without the support of the City of Abbotsford, our great community sponsors, and a large team of volunteers. A big thank you is owed to them.” Parking for the event was free courtesy of Fraserway RV, Sky Helicopters provided a prize draw of a helicopter tour, and the City of Abbotsford provided the outdoor stage.

Be sure to mark your calendars for next years celebration! 

Photo Credit: Abbotsford News | See full gallery of images here.

Three Holiday Appetizers from Abbotsford Farms

This season, preparing a gorgeous, delicious, and local holiday appetizer or hostess gift doesn’t have to break the bank and is easier than you think! Here are three amazing appetizer suggestions from local Abbotsford farms. 

Rockweld Farm

BCSPCA certified organic chicken farmers Tim and Flo Rempel sell eggs and chicken (whole or pierced) from their farm store on Townshipline Road. Located at 34205 Townshipline Road. Open Monday-Friday 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

Teriyaki Chicken Wings (click for recipe)

• Rockweld Farm chicken wings
• 2 parts teriyaki sauce
• 1 part barbeque sauce


Lepp Farm Market

Specializing in pork, the family-run farm launched as a corn stand in 1995. In 2009 they opened their year-round farm market at the corner of Highway 11 and Clayburn Road. Located at 33955 Clayburn Road, open seven days a week 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Smoked Chorizo paired perfectly with Abbotsford’s Campbell’s Gold Honey, this spicy, sweet, and highly addictive dish is great for taking to any Holiday party.

Lepp's Honey Wine Chorizo (click for recipe) 

• 2 Lepp’s Chorizo Sausage
• ½ cup white wine
• 3 tablespoons Campbell’s Gold Honey


Mt.Lehman Cheese Co.

The Dykstra family aims to provide high quality, hand-crafted cheese using fresh milk from local farms with as few other ingredients as possible. Located at 30854 Olund Road. Products are available at 37 retailers including Lepp Farm Market and Nature’s Fare.

Goat Cheese and Goji Berry Wrap (click for recipe)

• Mt. Lehman Cheese garlic and herb chevre
• Mt. Lehman Cheese Matsqui aged cheddar
• Gojoy Fresh goji berries
• Sundried tomato soft tortilla shell
• 1 chicken breast

All three of these farms are part of Abbotsford's Circle Farm Tour.

Robyn Roste lives and works in Abbotsford. She loves telling stories and learning more about her city.

North Pole BC Brings the Magic of Christmas to Life

This year’s North Pole BC Festival of Christmas at the Fraser Valley Tradex is bigger and better than ever.

Aside from the familiar Christmas elements like meeting Santa and Mrs. Claus, decorating cookies at the Gingerbread Bakery, mailing a letter at the North Pole Post Office, and attending the Elven School of Secret Skills, there are lots of new activities for children of any age to enjoy.

“We’re bringing back the warmth and magic of Christmas,” said creative director Victoria Hardy.

Some of the new exhibits at this year’s North Pole BC include Prancer’s Pantomime, Creation Station, and Tinsel Town for toddlers.The cast for this year’s indoor Festival of Christmas is sure to enchant your entire family or group.

There will be ample photo opportunities with popular cast members Snow Princess, Miss Candy Cane, Toy Soldier, Town Crier, and more. And be sure to participate in the festival-wide scavenger hunt—you never know what you’ll discover within the interactive displays!

North Pole BC’s Festival of Christmas runs from December 4 through 23. Tickets are $15 including tax for those 24 months and older. Although available at the door, booking ahead is advised. Visit for schedule, hours, availability, and tickets. Parking is $6 with $2 going to the Abbotsford Food Bank. Parking on December 10th is free.

North Pole BC’s Festival of Christmas is part of Tourism Abbotsford’s Passport to Christmas. Use your online e-guide to lead you through the local experiences that will elevate your holiday spirit! Download the full guide and share your passport adventures by tagging #ExploreAbbotsford on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Robyn Roste lives and works in Abbotsford. She loves telling stories and learning more about her city.

5 Holiday Events in Abbotsford

North Pole BC’s Festival of Christmas December 4th – 23rd

Come see Santa, Mrs. Claus and the Elves in their Magical North Pole Village featuring 5 new interactive scenes and activities for the 2015 season. Toy workshop, North Pole Post Office, Gingerbread Bakery and the Riddle Room are just a few of many exciting activities throughout this event. As well as all your old favorites like Christmas characters, mountains of lights and plenty of good ol’ family fun. All while being cozy warm and dry under one roof at Tradex, Abbotsford, BC. This is perfect for the entire family or group!


Singletree’s First Winter Warm Up – December 5th

A family run estate winery tucked away in North Mt.lehman. Singletree focuses on making small lots of quality, great tasting wine. Enjoy a unique winter experience here at our family-farmed winery, perfect fun for all-ages. Make a wreath with hardened grape vines, roast some marshmellows and enjoy mulled wine with family and friends. Bring the kids and your rubber boots for a rustic day in the vineyard. Mulled wine is by donation and all proceeds go to the Abbotsford fire fighters burn fund. This is a free event, open to all ages.


Cirque Musica Holiday Spectacular – December 6th, 2015

Park Derochie presents Cirque Musica Holiday Spectacular, a concert and visual experience for the entire family, blending the spell-binding grace and dare-devil athleticism of today’s greatest circus performers with the sensory majesty of the greatest holiday music of all time. It is the perfect opportunity for the entire family to get into the Holiday spirit with great music including Holiday favorites from classical, POPS and more, while enjoying an edge of your seat circus experience. It features the world famous Wallenda Duo, the thrilling España Family and a cast of world-renowned performers, singers, and musicians.


A Downtown Shopping Night – December 10th

The first collaborative Holiday Shopping Night for Historic Downtown is going to be an amazing local event. Spruce Collective has teamed up with the following partners: Tracycakes Bakery Cafe, Montrose & George General Store, Duft and Co. Bakehouse ,Little White House & Co., Cobblestone Kitchenware & The Market by Spruce Collective . Field House Brewing Co. will also be on hand at Spruce Collective to introduce you to their new beer and talk about their brewery, opening soon on Railway Street! Each store will feature individual in-store promotions, tasty sips + treats and more! No tickets required so bundle up and join us for this local shopping experience!


Gallery 7 Christmas Show – December 19th

A rag-tag gathering of musicians and actors sharing songs and stories for the holiday season, this is the perfect way to get into the Christmas spirit. Once again, we’re joining forces with our friends from Pacific Theatre for this festive event and will feature, among others, Ron Reed and Ken Hildebrandt. Musical Guests: Becca Birkner | Nelson Boschman | Spencer Capier | Brian Doerksen | Corey Janz | Steve Klassen | Jon Ochsendorf | Running Time: Approximately 2.5 hours with intermission. For details and to purchase tickets, visit , or call House of James, 604-852-3701.

For more events, local stores and theatre productions, download the Passport to Christmas Guide. An online e-guide to lead you through the local experiences that will elevate your holiday spirit! Download the full guide and share your passport adventures by tagging #ExploreAbbotsford on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Holiday Workshops and Classes

Cooking Classes at Lepp Farm Market

Surprise family and guests this season with your cooking skills! Lepp Farm Market offers local cooking classes with well-known chefs teaching you about new ingredients, new techniques and new flavours for the holiday season. This is perfect for a nice relaxing date night or girls night out. Please note that the cooking classes are demonstration only unless otherwise specified, but remember to bring your appetite, as you get to eat everything the chef makes. 

Cooking with Edible Canada’s Eric Pateman - Tuesday, December 1st at 7pm
Cooking With A Top Chef Finalist – Trevor Bird - Wednesday, December 2nd at 7 pm
Easy Holiday Appetizers with Chef Nathan Hyam - Thursday, December 3rd at 7pm
Asian Appetizers with Chef Nathan Hyam - Thursday, December 10th at 7pm


Winter Greens Workshops at Tanglebank Gardens

Winter Container Garden Workshop - Saturday November 28th 10am
Come in and create a lovely container that will look great all winter using perennials, shrubs and winter greens. Create the perfect welcome this year. Cost is determined by your choice of plants and greens. Bring your own container or purchase one here.

Garland Workshop - Wednesday December 2nd 7pm
Learn how to make a beautiful garland to compliment your wreath or adorn your mantle. Absolutely beautiful and full of the fresh scents we love this time of year.

Christmas Floral Center piece - Tuesday December 15th 7pm
Join Florist Lily Schaap and make your own table centerpiece using greens, flowers, pinecone and more.

All events required an RSVP. Please call 604.856.9339 to register for your event today. Can't make it to one of the workshops but still want the beautiful fragrance of fresh greens this Christmas Season. Let Tanglebank Gardens make it for you. Call to order your custom made wreath, garland or centerpiece. 


CampBell’s Gold Winter Workshops 

Want to learn more about Beeswax crafting and the different techniques? A light, warm glow and a wonderful sweet scent make them true delights. Making rolled beeswax candles is great for beginners since the wax isn't melted and you don't need a melt pot or stove to make them.  Pre-registration is required for all classes and all materials will be provided.

Beginner Rolled Beeswax - Wednesday, December 2nd  10am to 12pm
Advanced Rolled Beeswax Fluted Tapers - Wednesday, December 2nd 1pm – 3pm         
Poured beeswax Workshop – December 5th 10am – 2pm
Centre Piece Workshop - December 12th 1pm – 3pm 

To register, please email or call us at 604-856-2125

For more holiday events and activites in Abbotsford, download our Passport to Christmas
E-Guide and visit our events calendar.