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Creating recurring events using a Hebrew date

Ari Witkin 4 years ago updated by Michael J. Radwin 10 months ago 2

Is it possible to create a recurring event on a google calendar that has been synched with Hebcal that is based on the Hebrew date but will match us with the english date in future years? For example, if I wanted to input an annual event on the 9th of Iyar would that be feasible? 

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Hi, thanks for using Hebcal.

Our yahrzeit, birthday and anniversary calendar be used to do that. It lets you generate a list of Yahrzeit dates, Hebrew Birthdays, and Hebrew Anniversaries.


You can print, subscribe to annual email reminders, and download a multi-year calendar feed to Apple, Google, Outlook, and more.

If you know the Hebrew but not the Gregorian date, use the Hebrew Date Converter to get the Gregorian date and then come back to the anniversary tool.


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Hi, thanks for using Hebcal.

Our yahrzeit, birthday and anniversary calendar be used to do that. It lets you generate a list of Yahrzeit dates, Hebrew Birthdays, and Hebrew Anniversaries.


You can print, subscribe to annual email reminders, and download a multi-year calendar feed to Apple, Google, Outlook, and more.

If you know the Hebrew but not the Gregorian date, use the Hebrew Date Converter to get the Gregorian date and then come back to the anniversary tool.


I am also looking for a solution to this.  Can anyone help out?