Here is a list of places to go for training

Doc’s Buggy Shop

Chris Jenson | Creston, BC

Chris sometimes offers clinics in building and repairing wheels.He has relocated from Alberta to Creston, BC

403-506-7424 | email

Moscow Carriage Company

Bill Twigg | Moscow, Idaho USA

Bill offers one-on-one training in wheel construction, hub manufacture and buggy top construction.

208-822-2445 | emailwebsite

Danley Carriage & Wheel

Dwayne Danley | Armstrong, BC

Dwayne will offer courses in Wheelwrighting; contact him below to discuss opportunities as a Wheelwright.

250-546-9979 | email

Remmington Carriage Museum

Cardston, AB

The Remington now offers five different workshops on museum quality restoration techniques in September of each year. For more info, contact them below.

403-653-5139 | email | website

Western Development Museum

Saskatoon, SK

Several courses related to wheelwrighting are offered each year. For information about dates, costs and what you need to know to attend, check out the website or contact them below.

306-931-1910 | email | website