In Visual Studio double click on the button on the graphic editor and see what happens.
Typically to link an event you do
You can read the text inside textbox from the .Text member of a texbox. Then names of the components can be given in the graphic editor in the Name field and they are the actual names of the objects. Or can be found in the .designer.cs file.
myButton.Click += new EventHandler(myButton_Click);
void myButton_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
//this code is executed when you click myButton
//sender == myButton
On Visual Studio click on the > icon near a texbox when you select it and select the option "Multilines". On the properties bar you can find and enable scrollbars as well. You can set it ReadOnly also. Then you can have a Texbox where you can insert text into it. You use again the .Text member to insert text on it (the schedule).
You can use .Hide()/Show() members of a control to hide and show it, so fore example when you press the button you might want to hide it and the input textboxes as well and show a texbox with the schedule information.