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Debra Teramo Private Event_Second Floor_Evening

Voodoo_See Ann P

Kids Halloween_See Ann P

World 50x Summit_All Day_All Rooms

World 50x Summit_All Day_All Rooms

Fergus Beley_Second Floor_Ann P

Fergus Beley_Second Floor_Ann P

Young Explorers Program

Oceans Week

Oceans Week

Oceans Week

Oceans Week

Oceans Week

Oceans Week

Oceans Week

Oceans Week

Oceans Week

National Museums Scotland_Private Event_Second Floor_Evening

Young Explorers Program

Summit 50x_All Rooms_All Day

Summit 50x_All Rooms_All Day

National Museums Scotland_Private Event_Second Floor_Evening

Saturday Science

Hold - Ann Holocaust Archaeologist

CIPS Conference_Randi Wirth_Private Event_Second Floor_Day and Night

CIPS Conference_Randi Wirth_Private Event_Second Floor_Day and Night

Public Lecture Series with David Rothenberg

Saturday Science

Young Explorers Program

Summit 50x - NY Catering

Summit 50x - NY Catering

Club Closed - Easter Weekend

Easter Sunday 2019

Hold - Edelman / North Face / Emily Chen - 2nd FL Evening

Elena_Clark Art Event_Second Floor_Evening

Steven Schwankert

Rolex - OWUSS Symposium

Annual OWUSS Symposium
2nd floor
Morning /afternoon event
Request by Dustin Longest on 4/4/18

Empowers Africa Event_Member’s Lounge and Second Floor

Trilogy of Nations: Japan, Korea, and China with Sam Mehta

Norman Turkish_Private Daytime Event

Hold - Mowglis Event

Benjamin Ringe - Mowlgis Annual Event

Saturday Science

Voice Experience_Faanya Rose_Second Floor

Rebecca Gardner

ECAD Sunday 2019

The 115th Explorers Club Annual Dinner



One Night. One Room.
50th Anniversary of our Members on the Moon.


As the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 fast approaches, we find ourselves with a once-in-a lifetime opportunity to celebrate the pioneers of the space program.

The 115th Explorers Club Annual Dinner will be a extraordinary gathering and fitting toast to all living Apollo Moonwalkers, Astronauts, and Engineers, alongside those they inspired—all in one room, on one night—in Times Square in New York City.

Membership matters—we are excited to offer Members and their guests a unique first opportunity to reserve a place at this legendary event. Further event details and public ticketing information will be posted soon.

Guests looking to purchase full tables, please contact us directly at 212.628.8383 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Members, you were emailed a password to access online ticketing directly. If you did not receive this message, cannot locate it, or have any questions, please feel free to contact Membership directly at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Click here for online ticketing

ECAD Friday 2019

ECAD Thursday 2019

ECAD Wednesday 2019 - Edelman Press Event

ECAD Tuesday 2019

Lamont hold

9am to 2pm

2nd fl

See Britt

Christopher Heinz_Private Event_Second Floor

Hold - Patrick Morell - Tantric Heart

T-Hold - Jackson Hole FF

T-Hold - Jackson Hole FF

Young Explorers Program

T-Hold - Jackson Hole FF

FRIENDS of the UES Tour_6:30pm

Stecher and Horowitz_Second Floor

Nubians at Sanam Temple, Sudan with Kathryn Howley, NYU Archaeology

NY Wild Film Festival

NY Wild Film Festival

NY Wild Film Festival

NY Wild Film Festival

NY Wild Film Festival

Club Closed - Presidents Day 2019

Saturday Science

Jeffrey Grey_See Ann P

Jeffrey Grey_See Ann P

Spence School_Second Floor_Evening

Lacey Tour_4:00pm

Crocodiles! with Evon Hekkala, AMNH Curator

Young Explorers Program

Exploring Legends_Jim Clash and Dave Williams_Second Floor

Municipal Arts Society Tour_10am

Gerry Ohrstrom Private Event_Second Floor or Gallery

Hold - Adventure Canada Event

Polar Film Festival 2019

Save the Date!

January 24-26

Polar Film Festival 2019

Save the Date!

January 24-26

Polar Film Festival 2019

Save the Date!

January 24-26

Stecher and Horowitz_Second Floor

Club Closed - MLK Day 2018

Gallery - Sean Sawyer - 9:30am - 2:00pm

Date: January 19th

Hold - Roger Hartl / Ann Passer

Roger Hartl_Board Room_5-9pm

Lacey Tour Winterthur_1pm

AIA Meeting_Board Room_All Day

Indian Jainism with Linda Ainouche, Social Anthropologist and Ethnologist

Young Explorers Program

Hold - Jason Rubin Event - Atlantis Expedition

Kevin_Barbara Hill Wedding

Jackie Didier_Private Event_Gallery or Second Floor

Charles Van Es_Private Dinner_Board Room or Gallery

John Levinson - 12-5 - Board Room 6-8 people

Lacey Tour_6:30pm

As Told At The Explorers Club

The next long table talk at The Explorers Club - for Members Only - is scheduled for Wednesday, December 19th.

Join us for an evening of storytelling and fellowship, food and drink.

This venerable tradition of The Explorers Club goes back to the founding of our club and a fine history of it can be found in the forward that George Plimpton wrote for As Told At The Explorers Club.

Bring your story and be prepared to tell it with no live-streaming, video or tape recorder present. And what is a story? Any subject a Member decides to tell.

Doc Hermalyn, our stalwart MC, will close the doors and turn off the electric lights. The only illumination in the room will be from flickering candles and the fireplace all aglow... the perfect atmosphere to just relax and listen to the tales of exploration!

All stories are kept in-house, between the Members attending.

We will enjoy hearty, rustic fare, with the dining table in a configuration with seating on both sides – all the better for members to chat across the table.

Utensils/dishes will be provided but, in keeping with tradition, you can also bring your favorite chili mug and spoon. Wine, beer, and soda provided.

New and old members will mingle and the stories will flow along with good cheer.

Date: Wednesday, December 19

Time: 6:00 pm Cocktails, 7:00 pm Rustic Dinner

Location: Club Headquarters, 46 E 70th Street, New York, NY, 10021

Member Ticket Price: $39

Reservation Notes:

Approximately seven Explorers Club members will regale us for about 8 minutes each. If you wish to speak, put in your name with Reservations when you reserve your ticket, or email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) directly. Names will be selected on a lottery basis and you will be contacted if your name is chosen.

Sign Up Now! Space Is Limited!

For Reservations, email us at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or call us at 212.628.8383.

All cancellations are required to be reported 2 days before the event or they will not be granted.

Lee A_Private Event_Gallery

Kane Kessler Private Event_Second Floor

Public Lecture Series with Dan Stone - "The Food Explorer"

The Food Explorers: The Botanists Who Roamed the Planet To Find Our Everyday Foods

In the nineteenth century, American meals were about subsistence, not enjoyment. But as a new century approached, appetites broadened, and David Fairchild, a young botanist with an insatiable lust to explore and experience the world, set out in search of foods that would enrich the American farmer and enchant the American eater. Along with his team of USDA botanists, Fairchild transformed the American diet.

Kale from Croatia, mangoes from India, and hops from Bavaria. Peaches from China, avocados from Chile, and pomegranates from Malta. Fairchild’s finds weren’t just limited to food: From Egypt he sent back a variety of cotton that revolutionized an industry, and via Japan he introduced the cherry blossom tree, forever brightening America’s capital. Along the way, he was arrested, caught diseases, and bargained with island tribes. But his culinary ambition came during a formative era, and through him, America developed the most diverse food system ever created.

Join Fairchild’s adventures with National Geographic writer Daniel Stone, author of “The Food Explorer.”

Dan Stone is a writer on environmental science, agriculture, and botany in Washington D.C. He writes for National Geographic and is a former White House correspondent for Newsweek and The Daily Beast. He has written for Time Magazine, The Washington Post, Vice, and Literary Hub. He teaches environmental policy at Johns Hopkins University.


Date: Monday, December 17

Time: 6:00 pm Reception, 7:00 pm Lecture

Location: Club Headquarters, 46 E 70th Street, New York, NY, 10021

Member Ticket Price: $10

Guest Ticket Price: $25

Student Ticket Price: $5 with valid student ID

Reservation Notes:

Click here to purchase tickets online

Reservations are allotted on a first-come, first-serve basis. To secure a reservation, you may also call us at 212.628.8383 or email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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