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Nov. 29
On to Higher Exploration – Personal Recycling

“We therefore commit this body to the ground, earth to earth, ashes to ashes, dust to dust”; If you have...

7:00 pm ET
Ed Bixby, Jonathan Leader, Anna Swenson, Dean Fisher
Dec. 02
“TORN” – Film Screening

Widely hailed as the greatest mountaineer of his day, Alex Lowe was a hero to a generation of outdoor sports...

6:00 pm Reception, 7:00 pm Screening
Max Lowe
Dec. 06
Westbound Rower: Making the First Crossing of the Pacific Ocean

Join us for a live conversation with Erden Eruç, record-setting ocean rower, who is currently in the middle of a...

7:00 pm ET
Erden Eruc, Doug Woodring
Dec. 09
Explorers Club Holiday Party

Have Certain Explorers been Naughty or Nice?! Our Guests will come from the North Pole and the Seven Continents House...

Members only
6:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Dec. 20
The One Ocean Expedition: Setting sail for the future

With 5 creeks, 4 rivers, 3 major bays, and the Atlantic ocean bordering to the south, New York City occupies...

7:00 pm ET
Captain Jens Joachim Hiorth
Feb. 07
Ancient Entrepreneurs

How the Canaanites and Phoenicians Sailed West and Created the Mediterranean Trading Economy

7:00 pm ET
David Schloen
Nov. 29
On to Higher Exploration – Personal Recycling

“We therefore commit this body to the ground, earth to earth, ashes to ashes, dust to dust”; If you have...

7:00 pm ET
Ed Bixby, Jonathan Leader, Anna Swenson, Dean Fisher
Dec. 02
“TORN” – Film Screening

Widely hailed as the greatest mountaineer of his day, Alex Lowe was a hero to a generation of outdoor sports...

6:00 pm Reception, 7:00 pm Screening
Max Lowe
Dec. 06
Westbound Rower: Making the First Crossing of the Pacific Ocean

Join us for a live conversation with Erden Eruç, record-setting ocean rower, who is currently in the middle of a...

7:00 pm ET
Erden Eruc, Doug Woodring
Dec. 09
Explorers Club Holiday Party

Have Certain Explorers been Naughty or Nice?! Our Guests will come from the North Pole and the Seven Continents House...

Members only
6:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Dec. 20
The One Ocean Expedition: Setting sail for the future

With 5 creeks, 4 rivers, 3 major bays, and the Atlantic ocean bordering to the south, New York City occupies...

7:00 pm ET
Captain Jens Joachim Hiorth
Feb. 07
Ancient Entrepreneurs

How the Canaanites and Phoenicians Sailed West and Created the Mediterranean Trading Economy

7:00 pm ET
David Schloen
Nov. 29
On to Higher Exploration – Personal Recycling

“We therefore commit this body to the ground, earth to earth, ashes to ashes, dust to dust”; If you have...

7:00 pm ET
Ed Bixby, Jonathan Leader, Anna Swenson, Dean Fisher
Dec. 02
“TORN” – Film Screening

Widely hailed as the greatest mountaineer of his day, Alex Lowe was a hero to a generation of outdoor sports...

6:00 pm Reception, 7:00 pm Screening
Max Lowe
Dec. 06
Westbound Rower: Making the First Crossing of the Pacific Ocean

Join us for a live conversation with Erden Eruç, record-setting ocean rower, who is currently in the middle of a...

7:00 pm ET
Erden Eruc, Doug Woodring
Dec. 09
Explorers Club Holiday Party

Have Certain Explorers been Naughty or Nice?! Our Guests will come from the North Pole and the Seven Continents House...

Members only
6:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Dec. 20
The One Ocean Expedition: Setting sail for the future

With 5 creeks, 4 rivers, 3 major bays, and the Atlantic ocean bordering to the south, New York City occupies...

7:00 pm ET
Captain Jens Joachim Hiorth
Feb. 07
Ancient Entrepreneurs

How the Canaanites and Phoenicians Sailed West and Created the Mediterranean Trading Economy

7:00 pm ET
David Schloen

The Journal

Stories from the field

From vast ocean depths to the frontiers of outer space, THE EXPLORERS JOURNAL offers first-hand reporting from those pushing the limits of knowledge and human endurance.
Peak Performance
Colin Prior & Nick Smith summer 2021

Peak Performance

One of the biggest names in British landscape photography, “Mountain Man” Colin Prior is perhaps best known for his classic images of his native Scotland. But throughout his four-decade career he’s also undertaken numerous expeditions into the heart of Pakistan’s Karakoram range, which he describes as “one of the world’s greatest natural treasures.”
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Exploration or Adventure?
Wade Davis spring 2021

Exploration or Adventure?

If there is a clear message emerging in the wake of the pandemic, it is this: Nature, for one, is asking us to be humble, to awaken at last to the realization that we are biological beings dwelling on a living planet, sharing its bounty with all sentient creatures, all forms of life.
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Into the Great African Sea Forest
David Rothenberg & Pippa Ehrlich winter 2020

Into the Great African Sea Forest

When the documentary My Octopus Teacher debuted on Netflix this past September, it ushered in a new approach to nature filmmaking, one in which the interaction between humans and other creatures takes center stage.
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0303

Featuring Silvermoon Mars LaRose

The long held conventions we associate with Thanksgiving are beloved traditions, particularly in New England, but with them comes an adherence to erroneous, antiquated, and even offensive beliefs about the origins of this holiday. In this presentation, we will disperse the myths and explore the Indigenous concept of 13 thanksgivings, the traditional ceremonies celebrated by tribal communities of Southern New England.
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