Can't see Win 10 Calendar events 6 months hence. (Although they ARE there.)

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  1. JustRay

    JustRay

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    Win 10 home
    1607 with all available updates applied.
    Calendar version: Version 17.7805.42277.0

    I can schedule an event 6 months out.
    It shows on the calendar for an instant but then disappears.
    If I exit Calendar and then restart it, navigate to the month in which I scheduled the event (but can't "see" it) I see the following at the top of the Calendar app.
    "We're not able to show you some of the events in this time range. But they're still there--available via your account provider".
    If I open my Google calendar, sure enough, the event that I scheduled with the Win 10 calendar app (but can't see), appears.
    So I know Calendar is actually scheduling the event.
    It's just not showing it.

    I'm wondering if there is a workaround for this issue (IE: a registry hack or something) that might be used until MS gets around to addressing the issue.

    Thanks for any and all replies.

    JustRay in Wisconsin
     
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    I have the same problem.. any ideas?
     
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