You would be getting notifications if you are WATCHING a calendar. So, you just need to tell Confluence you no longer want to WATCH that calendar and they should stop.
Navigate to CALENDARS in the header bar.
On the top right, where it lists the calendars, click on the little drop down arrow that is to the right of the Calendar you want to stop WATCHING. Then select STOP WATCHING form the drop-down menu. Here is the article that discusses the feature: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/TEAMCAL/Watching+a+Calendar#WatchingaCalendar-WatchingaCalendar
Thank you Sahri,
I belive the cause is a different one: I did not find the STOP WATCHING because I did not watch any of them. Instead it looks as if I was watching the page in which the calendar is emedded. Seems like the page generates an email every time someone creates, modifies or deletes an event.
I stopped watching the page. Not sure of this helps but I will keep investigating the issue.
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