Never say "never," but I suspect that issues of workflow control and rights of access are not things that Coffee Cup will tackle. IMHO, Coffee Cup has been about streamlining and simplifying client-side site visual design.
Look to content management systems for workflow and rights functionality in general. A well designed CMS separates the problem of acquiring and organizing content (from various users who have various rights) from the problem of presenting that content. Further, a thoughtfully designed CMS allows you to encapsulate and drop in a functional element, such as a calendar, with little to no hacking. That's super important if you hope to support and update your sites for the long term.
Yes, I looked just like that in 1962.
If you're looking for a simple way to go interactive with multiple users, a good way would be to use the Google Calendar which also has the ability to be added to a website. You can then setup multiple emails that have access to the management of the calendar so people ad add/remove/edit events as needed. That would probably be more what you're needing if I'm understanding your post correctly.
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