The Governor's Cup Croquet Tournament

Join us in measuring smiles per hour!
The Governor’s Cup benefiting Jiminy Wicket is setting out to raise $100,000 to reduce the isolation and loneliness of aging and Alzheimer’s in Denver and beyond. We play croquet with people who have dementia and we teach high school and college students how to do the same. Our award-winning Through Hoops to Hope programs create ongoing, inter-generational connection and smiles. Our goal is to put this program into 100 more schools and colleges across Colorado over the next 18 months and 1,000 schools coast to coast in the next 3 years.
The event will consist of 4 croquet courts at Union Station on the 2nd Fridays, July – September. The event will feature 32 players per tournament with 2 tournaments each week, playing instructions, an awards ceremony, many prizes, and spectator activities, Teams can be made of any age–young and old. Alzheimer’s isolates . . . croquet connects.
Get a sneak preview of the event from the photos below. To register for upcoming events or to find out more, please visit
Sponsored by: Modern Gladiator Magazine
Drinks by: Epernay Lounge
Food donated from multiple restaurants including: Hopdoddy