Auto add dates from Wiki page into a Calendar

We have created a table on a wiki page with several columns about events, including start and end dates. We would like to be able to view this information in the table as well as in a calendar format.

Is there any way to auto-create calendar entries based on the rows in the table so we do not need to duplicate our efforts?

As the dates are in often in flux, we have a great opportunity for error if we rely on manually updating both the wiki and calendar.

Thank you for your help!

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Kate, why don't you revert the problem?

You can manage the events in Team Calendar which allows both calendar-view and list-view.

Thank you for that suggestion. I'll see if we are able to customize the list view to reveal all of the data that we need in that other format. 

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