For some reason, Apple removed the ability to execute an Applesscript AppleScript via an alert in Calendar on Mountain Lion.
But there's another way to do it, using :
There are two ways to do it on Mountain Lion:
1. Save the AppleScript as an application:
Hold the Alt/Option key while selecting File in the AppleScript menubar. Select Save As. On that prompt, select Application for File Format:
Then on the Calendar window, select the Open File option as in the sample above, then click the default of iCal below it to get a prompt where you can select the Application you saved above.
2. Use Apple's Automator app.:
(This was developed by user LinuxGeek3447 and is posted here with permission.)
I use an AppleScript to provide an alarm clock function. Here's how I used Automator to allow execution of the script:
In Automator, create a Calendar Alarm:
Select Utilities from the library pane, then select & drag Run AppleScript into the workflow area.
Copy/paste the desired AppleScript into the Run AppleScript box:
Save the newly created Calendar Alarm. You'll be prompted for a name.
When you do that, OSX will create an Automator calendar automatically (if you don't already have one), and place an Event in it for the current date, with the name you used, etc. Double-click it to edit, then change/add the time, repeat instructions, etc., as necessary:
If it doesn't, select Open FIle for the Alert, click the second line under it and select Other to get a prompt to locate the Automator alarm you created above.
Again, credit to user LinuxGeek3447for figuring this out.