Hebcal is pronounced HEEB-kal, as in Hebrew calendar).
This is a great idea! We will implement as soon as we can find the time. Pesach sameach.
Sorry, we don't offer a bulk upload. This would be a great feature to implement.
If you can export data to Google Sheets, then you might be able to use this 3rd-party Hebrew date converter to do the translation.
You'll find instructions on how to remove Hebcal from Microsoft Outlook, iPhone, iPad, Mac OS X Desktop Calendar, Android (via Google Calendar), etc. on this page:
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It's the Hebrew word for calendar. Transliterated "Luach".
If you see a candle lighting time event on a Saturday night you can assume that it signifies both Havdalah and candle lighting for the holiday.
Yes, use these instructions:
Aliyah day is on the 10th of Nissan but is commonly observed in Israel on the 7th of Cheshvan.
Hebcal is working as designed. If a holiday begins on motzei Shabbat, there will be a Candle lighting event, not a Havdalah event. Your application will need to E modified to handle this case.
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