Is there a service/extension/whatever that reads a web page (example 1) and populates google calendar?
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There is no simple way to do so. If the website would port their data to a downloadable iCal format file, there would be.
What you could do is parse the website yourself and populate your calendar through the Calendar API.
You could write a program that does web scraping to collect the data and use Google's APIs to add it to a calendar. To answer your question, no there is no prepackaged way.