Details for Spring Pentath-a-Lawn:

  • Sat, May 18th, 1:00-5:00pm
  • Robinson Park in Denver
  • Coed teams of 4 (2 male, 2 female)
  • All teams compete in all 6-7 events, which may include bocce, bags, beersbee, badminton, volleyball, bucket ball, horseshoes, croquet, kubb, velcro golf, spikeball, egg toss, etc
  • All teams in uniform/costume
  • Prizes to the best-dressed team- and the Champions of the Lawn will drink from the Cup
  • Adult beverages included
  • Cost: $152/team or $38/person
  • You can sign up as a full team, as an individual looking to join a team or as an individual requesting to play with a buddy and join a team together
  • Prepare yourself for a spectacular day of outdoor leisure & partying, ridiculous costumes & camaraderie!

Registration for Spring Pentath-a-Lawn will open soon, stay tuned…  

Pentath-a-Lawn XXII will take place Sat May 18th in Denver. Gonna be another wonderful display of team costumes, lawn sports and tomfoolery!

What is the Pentath-a-Lawn? The Pentath-a-Lawn is a spectacular one-day leisure olympiad- which is held twice a year. Both the Spring Pentath-a-Lawn and Fall Pentath-a-Lawn focus on the appreciation for lawn games in an afternoon of fun, leisure, camaraderie and park party joy. Coed teams of four will compete in 6-7 (up from 5 but we’re keeping the “Pent” in the name) wonderful lawn events.  Each Pentath-a-Lawn varies slightly in the event lineup- but the 6 events may be from the following options: bocce, bags, beersbee, badminton, bucket ball, croquet, horseshoes, kubb, volleyball, velcro golf, spikeball, egg toss and surprise new events. All participants must be at least 21 years of age and show proper ID at check-in as beverages are always on hand to oversee the operation. Team uniforms/costumes are required and prizes are awarded to the team with the most spectacular uniforms. For a glimpse of the ballyhoo, check out some Pentath-a-Lawn highlights! The Pentath-a-Lawn is for dressing up in ridiculous get-ups, making some new buds, sharing laughs with old buds and enjoying lawn games and camaraderie in the park- does it get better than that?