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google calendar pick and choose which one to view

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I am doing a website for a church/school.  

Is there a way in google calendar to list ALL calendars they have (church, school, athletics, parents, deadlines, etc) and then the visitor can pick and choose which calendar(s) they view?

For example, I may want to view parents and athletics calendar.  Others may want to view church and school calendar.
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You can create multiple calendars under a user account and then share the links for the different calendars on the website.  

Here is the Google support article for adding a new calendar to the account: Creating a new calendar

Here is the Google Support article for Sharing the calendar in different ways:
https://support.google.com/calendar/topic/3417970?hl=en&ref_topic=3417921

Hope that helps.
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