ECWG Dinner: Mr. Lincoln’s Air Force, Its Aircraft and the First Flat-Top Aircraft Carrier by Dr. James Green, Tom Crouch, & Curt Westergard

ECWG Dinner: Mr. Lincoln’s Air Force, Its Aircraft and the First Flat-Top Aircraft Carrier by Dr. James Green, Tom Crouch, & Curt Westergard

Explorers Club Members, Associates/Friends & Members’ Guests, and Non-Members’ Guest List are cordially invited to are cordially invited to the April 2019 ECWG dinner meeting at the Cosmos Club, with an after-dinner presentation by The Civil War Balloon Enthusiasts, led by James Green. The presentation will involve more than one speaker and will include theatrical …

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ECWG lunch: A Photographic Swing Through the South by Don Gerson

ECWG lunch: A Photographic Swing Through the South by Don Gerson

Explorers Club Members, Associates/Friends & Members’ Guests, and Non-Members’ Guest List are cordially invited to an ECWG lunch meeting at the Hubbard Museum, 1812 19th St. NW, with an after-lunch presentation by Don Gerson. Parking behind Museum or adjacent to Frasier Mansion (2.5 block walk) or on street. About the Presentation Each year for the …

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Explorers Club Washington Group Happy Hour

Explorers Club Washington Group Happy Hour

Explorers, friends of explorers and aspiring explorers are cordially invited to join us for a relaxed evening of good company, story-swapping and exploration-related networking at Le Mirche, one of D.C.’s hippest restaurants.  This is a reoccurring event normally held the second Thursday of every month from 5:30 to 7:30. This month, however, we’re holding it …

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ECWG Dinner: The New National Climate Assessment – What the Glaciers Are Telling Us by Bruce Molnia

ECWG Dinner: The New National Climate Assessment – What the Glaciers Are Telling Us by Bruce Molnia

Explorers Club Members, Associates/Friends & Members’ Guests, and Non-Members’ Guest List are cordially invited to the January 2019 ECWG dinner meeting at the Cosmos Club, with an after-dinner presentation by Bruce Molnia Saturday, 16 February 2019 at 6:00 PM About the Presentation Glaciers are the largest reservoir of fresh water on Earth. With colder climate …

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Ambassador Alan Wood Lukens ME’78

Ambassador Alan Wood Lukens ME’78

Obituary published in The Washington Post from Jan. 8 to Jan. 9, 2019 and courtesy of RAPP Funeral and Cremation Services: Alan W. Lukens, a former diplomat and active member of the DC community for 68 years, died January 5, at his home in Chevy Chase, MD. Cause of death was congestive heart failure. Ambassador …

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