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I talked to the former Google Apps admin. It turns out it is very simple. Rather than go to the admin section, go straight to your own calendar. From within your calendar, add the event's owner's calendar to your calendar view (from the bottom left). Now select the specific event and edit it. From the edit screen you can remove attendees.
It is unclear what special feature you want a yearly event does not provide. My suggestion is to create a new calendar, label it something like "Anniversaries", then start recording yearly events. On the other hand, birthdays are supposed to be recorded to Google Contacts. However, all birthdays show up in Birthdays Calendar and I'm not aware of an easy way ...
You can develop your own "gadgets" though: https://developers.google.com/google-apps/calendar/gadgets/sidebar/?csw=1#developing - they give you limited access to specified areas. Not full access as we'd all hope but perhaps enough for certain projects.
Go to calendar.google.com, hover over the calendar that you got that notification from in the side bar, click the down arrow, and then select "Edit Notifications". You can then select/deselect the notifications you wish to be e-mailed for. "Canceled Event" seems to be the notification that you received. Alternately, you can go to Settings > Calendars to ...
All types of Google Calendar reminders are sent only to the Calendar event owner. If you invited a guest to your event and he accepted the invitation and added the event to his calendar, he will get a reminder according to his calendar default behavior. If this is not the behavior you are looking for, you might want to try Un4gettable. It is a free ...
This seems to be an undocumented feature, but you can use the authuser URL parameter. So, you can create bookmarks that will take you directly to the calendar for a specific account, like so: https://email@example.com https://firstname.lastname@example.org Gmail works ...
The solution to this problem is to go to https://calendar.google.com/calendar/syncselect and tick the calendars you wish to be synchronized. Then go back to Windows Calendar, and refresh the synced calendars. I found the quickest way to do that was to open the settings panel, go to "Accounts", select the appropriate account, select "Change mailbox sync ...
I think that option is only available for the creator of an event. If someone else invites you, you can only delete one instance or all of them.
I'm pretty sure you can't. Google's not generating a "feed" for those calendars; it's just ingesting and displaying them. You'll need to add those same calendars to your Windows 10 calendar separately (assuming the Win10 calendar has that capability).
Your best bet is to create five separate annually repeating events (as you mentioned). It takes about 1 minute per event and you're done with it for life.
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