- Call for Art – Unity Church Parish Hall Gallery
Thu Feb 27 2020 – Fri May 1 2020
- "True to Form"
Sun Mar 1 2020 – Tue Mar 31 2020
- New Beginings Exhibit
Thu Mar 5 2020 – Sun Apr 19 2020
- Love, Minnesota – a group exhibition
Thu Mar 5 2020, 07:00pm CST – Fri Apr 10 2020, 05:00pm CDT
- Board Meeting
Mon Apr 13 2020, 06:00pm CST – 08:00pm CST
- Paintings 2007_ 2020
Thu Apr 23 2020, 01:00pm CDT – Sun May 31, 2020, 01:00pm CDT
How Do I Create An Event?
From either your event calendar or event list, click on the “Create New Event” button at the top which will take you to the new event setup.
From here you can enter the event title, choose the color the event will be on your calendar, add in the start and end times, location and address.
To add in a picture click in the box below address where it says “Click here to upload an image for your event”. If using Chrome or Firefox, you can also drag a picture file from your desktop into the box to upload the picture.
You can adjust the background/text color of the title as it is overlaid on the picture through the option found under the Event title box.
The text box on the bottom is where you can enter
What Format Should I Use For Images?
The image has to be GIF, JPG/JPEG or PNG format. We recommend your image to be a maximum of 800 pixels wide and 300-400 pixels high. Images that are too tall will require users to scroll down more just to get to your event information.
How Do I Collect RSVPs / Sell Tickets?
Once you’ve completed the event setup navigate to the “Ticketing” tab. You must create a ticket for users to register or RSVP for the event. Click the “Create New Ticket” button to create a ticket. Enter the name of the ticket, the price
How Do I Manage Event / Ticket Capacity?
You can enter an overall capacity for the event under the Ticketing tab, or leave overall capacity blank to allow for unlimited RSVPs or ticket sales (individual ticket capacities can still be limited based on the ticket setup).
Under each ticket, you can also set the number of tickets available, the number of tickets each user/member can register for, and how each ticket contributes towards the event capacity. For example, if your venue has a capacity of 100 people, and you offer a group ticket for a table of 5, you can set the ticket as counting 5 towards the event capacity, to ensure you do not oversell the event.