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How do you want it represented? Do you want all the days in between these dates in another forecolor or backcolor? If you want something like this, you have to use the DayRender method to make this determination. This event fires once for each day in the month.
Yes, although what exactly do you want to see; do you want to be able to see and click these dates? I don't have any websites in mind, other than you will want to check out the MSDN Microsoft site, and review the calendar control and the datetime object; that may help you out.