Pierce-Arrow Society Activities 
Winter Mini-Meet & Board Meeting 
Winter Mini-Meet
March 1-4, 2018
Hotel:The Lodge & Spa at Callaway GardensExternal Link
Pine Mountain, Georgia
877-590-3235
Meet Registration Form
Return by February 25, 2018
Contact:Liz Horne
EMailelizabeth@westgashopper.com
The Pierce-Arrow Society Winter Mini-Meet & Board Meeting offers an opportunity to escape the cold weather of the North and enjoy a long weekend in a Southern climate. Scheduled each February, the Winter Mini-Meet & Board Meeting offers sight-seeing and fellowship in a warm location. The meet typically includes bus tours to area attractions and visits to smaller, private collections not usually available to larger groups. The Winter Mini-Meet & Board Meeting is open to all PAS members. Scheduled activities are planned for attendees not participating in the board meetings.
Pierce-Arrow Society Annual Meet 
61st Annual Meet
July 9-13, 2018
Hotel:DoubleTree by Hilton Sonoma Wine CountryExternal Link
Rohnert Park, California
707-584-5466
Contact:Bob Jacobsen
EMailbobjacobsen@sbcglobal.net

The Annual Meet, held in a different location every summer, offers Pierce-Arrow enthusiasts the opportunity to meet other Pierce-Arrow people, see other member's Pierce-Arrows, and have an enjoyable family vacation in a new and different location every year.

Annual Meet Features

The Pierce-Arrow Society Annual Meets follow a similar format each year, but each meet is unique and reflects the character of the locale. The Annual Meets are organized by volunteer Pierce-Arrow Society members in the meet area. They arrange a host hotel, organize back-road tours to many of the favorite tourist destinations, make arrangements for special events and meals, and select a photogenic location for the annual showing of Pierce-Arrows. Many Pierce-Arrow Society members plan their vacation to arrive early or stay late to see more of the area attractions.  The meet committee can provide additional information to members wanting to extend their vacations.

Some of the activities typical of Pierce-Arrow Society Annual Meets are:

  • Get acquainted party to help new members and first time attendees meet other members of the Pierce-Arrow Society.
  • Touring - Two (or more) days of touring in the Pierce-Arrows! The Pierce-Arrow Society believes that Pierce-Arrows were built to be driven! We drive our Pierce-Arrows to the local points of interest -- great fun for the whole family!
  • Car Show & Annual Meet Judging - All the Pierce-Arrows are on display at once. A great photo opportunity while the team of Pierce-Arrow Society judges determine the winning cars in each class.
  • Technical Session - Discussions of a technical matter about Pierce-Arrow cars.
  • Ladies Seminar - An event especially for the ladies!
  • Parts auction/swap meet - A chance to buy needed Pierce-Arrow parts from other Pierce-Arrow Society members.
  • Awards Banquet - Announcement of the winning cars and a final dinner to say farewell to Pierce-Arrow friends new and old.
Gathering at Gilmore 
Gathering at Gilmore
August 25-27, 2017
Hotel:Holiday Inn WestExternal Link
Hickory Corners, MI
Contact:Dave Stevens
EMaildavenstevens@msn.com

Annually on a long weekend in August, the Pierce-Arrow Museum at the Gilmore Car Museum in Hickory Corners, Michigan is a focal point for this annual Pierce-Arrow Society mini-meet. Join fellow Pierce-Arrow Society members Gathering at Gilmore to visit with Pierce enthusiasts and to celebrate, tour in and show our Pierce-Arrows to each other and to an interested public.

Gathering at Gilmore tours explore many different parts of the region. There are scenic drives, tourist attractions, car collections and unique shopping in every direction -- so many that there is seldom duplication from one year to the next. If you haven't yet been to the Gilmore Car Museum and Pierce-Arrow Museum in Hickory Corners, Michigan, now is the time to visit what has been described as one of the ten best automotive museums in the country. The Gilmore is thirteen miles northeast of Kalamazoo, Michigan. This area -- central to Chicago, Detroit and Indianapolis -- offers country scenery, rich history, quaint villages, good low traffic country roads, nice art and antique shops, attractive lake and river waterfronts, interesting history, superb private car collections, the occasional boat ride, and great restaurants.