They are stored in a TC_EVENTS table in the mysql database, and can be queried like this;
select SUMMARY, DESCRIPTION, FROM_UNIXTIME(SUBSTRING(START, 1, 10)) AS Start, FROM_UNIXTIME(SUBSTRING(END, 1, 10)) AS End, ALL_DAY from AO_<HEXNUMBER>_TC_EVENTS where SUB_CALENDAR_ID="<UNIQUE.ID.OF.CALENDER>" order by start;
I do the FROM_UNIXTIME transformation to get somewhat readable dates out of it..
Not sure if this is a path you want/can walk, but it's something..
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