Membership & Donation

The Denver Croquet Club (DCrC) plays with and provides instruction for ANYONE interested in Croquet. The club has new players starting almost every week and lessons for beginners are FREE.

Benefits of Membership

Annual membership dues for The Denver Croquet Club can be made digitally. Other payments including private party costs, club shirt purchases, etc. can also be paid by check. Membership dues and other payments for merchandise, tournaments and other events are not tax-deductible.

 

Golf Croquet: Sundsays 4pm, Mondays 6pm

Wine and Wickets: 2nd Friday of every month 6pm

Monthly Tournaments: 4th weekend monthly

Women’s League: Wednesdays 9am—11am

Men’s League: Fridays 8am—10am

Make a Donation

The Denver Croquet Club seeks and accepts all donation and grants to promote and support the sport of Croquet in the Denver Metro Area. All funds are used for the charitable efforts and programs. The Denver Croquet Club is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. The value of all donations are tax-deductible!

Memberships Choices to Meet Your Needs

Whether you’re a single player or a family of 6, we have different levels to meet your needs. Students need not worry, we have a reduced rate to keep them rolling through those wickets.

 Memberships are good until April 2020. There are three different options for joining:

Adult— 25 years of age or older— $100

Family— or couples— $150

Youth— Individuals younger than 25 years— $50

 

 

Membership

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After filling in and submitting the Membership form above, please pay digitally directly via the appropriate link below.

*Please note that annual memberships go from April of the current year to the following.

Membership Selection

Click >>  Individual for $100 per Adult

Click >> Family for $150 per Couple or Family

Click >> Youth for $50 per individual younger than 25 years.

“Croquet is believed to have been first played by thirteenth century French peasants who used crudely fashioned mallets to whack wooden balls through hoops made of willow branches.”

The origins of the modern game have been traced back to 1852 when a game called “crooky” was introduced to England from Ireland where it had been played since the 1830’s. Widespread popularity came when a London sporting goods manufacturer by the name of John Jaques began selling complete croquet sets (John Jaques & Sons remains the foremost manufacturer of croquet equipment today). With the availability of equipment, croquet flourished and soon became one of the primary social and recreational activities of the British leisure class.

History of Croquet

Get In Touch

303.437.2520

info@denvercroquetclub.com

Washington park, co 80210

Let’s Keep the Balls Rolling Together

With the weather we have here in Colorado, we are lucky to have so many great seasons to play croquet. We look forward to seeing everyone safely on the lawn.

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