Founded on December 3, 1980, The Carriage and Driving Society of Greater Kansas City has spent the last quarter century preserving the heritage of carriages and driving that prevailed at the turn of the 20th century.
It is the only such organization in the western part of Missouri and all of Kansas. Through a variety of activities, our members:
Promote our heritage of horse drawn vehicles and equipment - for pleasure, work, transportation, demonstration, collection, restoration, display and repair.
Promote fellowship and assist members to become better drivers.
Publicly promote the art of driving, through participation in parades, shows, exhibitions, contests, driving meets and country drives.
Recognize the cultural, social and economic history of these vehicles, animals and equipment.