Go to edit your event, scroll to the very, very bottom, and voila!
When I started VC-ing we had no (or very, very little) organised play culture. Western Australia alone takes up a third of the country, coming in at 20 times larger than England and more than 3-1/2 times bigger than Texas, but our whole state only has a population of 1.7 million.
To cover that area we had one game store.
As Matt mentioned above we work off a fortnightly schedule. On our 'on' week we now have four games days out of the seven.
Don't let the current situation be a barrier to getting involved. There's no one way to make things work.
Kevin M. Corrie wrote:
You don't need to be a jerk at all, we just need to manage the expectations of players and allow for a sustainable rate of play. Playing three times a week is not a realistic ongoing situation within Pathfinder Society.
The other thing you may want to consider is slowing down the pace a little, and managing the expectations of your players. Even with the modules and APs there's a real risk of you running out of options again at that pace.
We only run fortnightly events and generally try to run only one or two scenarios across multiple tables. This gives also gives us a better overall picture of the scenarios our players have run.
As suggested above, maybe take a break, run some one shots with another system or break out the board games every once in a while.
You could probably do it with most classes. For Pathfinder Society I have an invulnerable raging urban barbarian who's an investigator with the Ulfen Guard.