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The Second Annual Explorers Museum Film Festival

Explorers Museum CrestWe are honoured to announce The 2nd Annual Explorers Museum Film Festival will be opened on

Friday evening 4th of September 2015 by the Canadian Ambassador, H.E. Kevin Vickers.

Lorie Karnath, co-founder of The Explorers Museum, delivers welcome on behalf of the museum. Dudley Stewart and Bridget Vance welcome guests on behalf of the Charleville Castle.

The evening will start with the Explorers Pennant Ceremony, the teturn of pennant #4 to Lorie Karnath and Mabel Purkerson, director and chair of the pennant committee, by Anne Doubilet. director of pennant #4 and handing over to Mark Terry, direct
or for his upcoming expedition.

The Film Festival was first launched in 2014 in order to promote the development of The Explorers Museum, which will be based at Charleville Castle. The Charleville Castle Heritage Trust will work with The Explorers Museum to develop a world-class museum, which will honour past, present and future accomplishments in the realm of exploration and draw audiences from around the world. A not for profit venture, it will serve to promote exploration through recognition of significant expeditions and discoveries, while also curating special exhibits featuring feats and historical achievements.

Explorers Museum – Fireside Chat, with historian Ruth Illingworth

Explorer and naturalist Col. Charles Howard-Bury born at Charleville Castle, led the first successfulExplorers Museum Crest reconnaissance to Mount Everest in 1921, thus paving the way for future expeditions. The expedition was launched from the Castle itself and the equipment used during this arduous journey went through a rigorous testing process under the vicissitudes of Irish weather in the castle courtyard.

October 18th at 16:00 The Explorers Museum will host its next Fireside Chat, featuring legendary historian who will speak on “Charles Howard-Bury and Everest”.

Where: Charleville Castle, Global Expedition Base to The Explorers Museum. Tullamore, Ireland. Space is limited.

Tickets can be booked on Tickettailor Here.




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