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2021 Pierce-Arrow Meet is coming to the Lancaster/ Hershey area


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We have great plans for you for some wonderful fun with your Pierce-Arrow pals!  We've worked hard to make the necessary changes so everyone will feel safe and and stay healthy!  The river and farm country of Pennsylvania is ready for you!





FEATURE FOCUS - Thursday, June 10th




Our daytime fun starts with a fun ride on a BIG train, the Strasburg Railroad, where we’ll see some beautiful Pennsylvania countryside.  Next, we’ll ride thru Amish countryside for an Amish Family style lunch then head to the National TCA Toy Train Museum.  We’ll finish up the day with BIG trains just a few blocks away at the Pennsylvania Railroad Museum. Here we will visit impressive Railroad exhibits from their locomotive restoration facility to restored beauties of time gone by.


Thursday Evening - Ladies' Event


The ladies of the Pierce-Arrow Society are in for a special treat Thursday evening. Local historian Janeal Jaroh of Time Traveler Trunk will entertain and educate us on women’s lingerie starting from the Colonial Period to the present.

Her hands-on historical presentations are designed to engage, inspire, and enrich understanding of American and World History. Her high energy story-telling program brings the past to life!

The audience will learn about what clothing represents in terms of cultural expectations, economics, resources, and technology. In addition to providing insight to historical events, the presentation will make connections revealing how the past and present are related. Make plans to attend! You won’t be disappointed!







Thursday Evening - Gentlemen's Event


We are back on the road for a short drive to learn about the casting process used to keep our Pierce-Arrows on the road. Our Gentlemen’s Tour is a visit Cattail Foundry in Gordonville, Pennsylvania. Emmanuel King is the second generation owner of this foundry located in a bank barn on his farm. His father, Benjamin, now in his 80’s, will treat us to homemade ice cream made using a steam powered 1/3 scale Traction Engine. We will tour through the pattern shop, the foundry floor, and the finishing rooms. This local Amish sect believes in being off the grid – using gas lamps, and battery and air powered tools. Horses and buggies remain their mode of transportation. This foundry produces cast iron, bronze and aluminum, and parts for the Strasburg Railroad shops, steam traction engine owners, and many award winning antique automobiles.




















Room Reservation Deadline 5/07/21
Use Group Code "PAS"





Contact Karl Krouch - Meet Chairman
email:  Krouchs@msn.com









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The Willow Street Fire Co. fairgrounds will the location for Saturday's Judged car show. Free Admission, Parking by "boot donation" to the benefit the fire company. Food trucks will be on site to feed us. Join the fun! Willow Street Pike is PA Route 222 North.


Show will include  Pierce-Arrow cars, Bicycles, and wagons on display. 


Address:  2901 Willow Street Pike North, Willow Street, PA 17584   


Questions? Contact Karl Krouch - Meet Chairman
email:  Krouchs@msn.com


Web site:      Willow Street Fire Company - Lancaster County, PA (wsfc512.com)



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