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I've been using Google Calendar, but it displays events from both of my calendars together, just with different label colors for the events. I'm looking for a way (not necessarily with Google) to have a single account that will let me create any number of completely separate calendars, with events that do not commingle. I also need the ability to display one of the calendars in a European time zone, so U.S.-only solutions will not work.

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Google Calendar can have different clanedars with different time zones. In the left menu where it says "My Calendars" click the little dropwdown arrow and click "Calendar settings". You'll be taken to a page dedicated to settings for that calendar and near the middle of the page is "Calendar Time Zone."

There you can change the time zone for that one particular calendar, and it will stay separate from other calendars.

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To display ONLY that calendar, click the little dropdown arrow and click "Display only this calendar."

I just tested it and it worked perfectly :)

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This is a response to both answers - as I said in the OP, Google Calendar displays events from both calendars together, even if they are set up on different time zones. I need to be able to log into an account and choose which calendar to display, and only see that calendar. I want everything to display COMPLETELY separately. –  EmmyS Nov 10 '10 at 17:55
    
Updated to include how to display only a selected calendar. –  Kyle Sevenoaks Nov 11 '10 at 10:51
    
Thanks. Not exactly what I was looking for, but apparently it's the closest I'm going to get. –  EmmyS Nov 11 '10 at 17:22
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Google Calendar enables you to have different calendars in a single account, not sure as to what time zone display options there are though

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