In association with the Greenwich Croquet Club
Explore the historic and complex sport of croquet through conversation and an interactive demonstration. Join Greenwich Historical Society for an evening of summer sport as Lee Kennedy of the Greenwich Croquet Club shares a brief overview of the history and background of croquet before engaging the audience with a live demonstration. Following the demonstration, Lee Kennedy will invite attendees to shoot some hoops and get hands-on practice with the game of croquet. Participants of the program will be invited to join Mr. Kennedy in a day of play and practice on the Bruce Park courts the following Friday and Saturday. Players of all abilities are invited to join.
Featured image: Members of the Wilcox Family with Croquet Mallets, Greenwich, Connecticut, late 19th century. Greenwich Historical Society
Lee Kennedy is a retired Architect, AIA, RIBA, NCARB. ARCUK. A native of Oklahoma City, he holds two Bachelor Degrees from Oklahoma University: a Major in Business Management, Minor in Law, and a Major in Architecture, with Minors in Structural Engineering and History of Architecture. His architectural work included a cross-section of projects in the US, UK, and Iraq.
Lee attended classes on architectural computer graphics at Harvard University Graduate School of Design. Lee’s early entrance into computer-aided design in the 1980s led to his book, CAD, Drawing Design Data Management, published by Whitney Library of Design in 4 editions, including Spanish and Japanese.
He is an American Flag History Scholar and Collector, a Son of the American Revolution, and a USAF Veteran. Lee served as President of the Board at his NYC Cooperative residence, Chairman of the Millbrook NY Planning Board, a founding member of the Sorrento (Maine) Croquet Club, and President of the Greenwich CT Croquet Club.
He lives in Greenwich and divides his time between writing “Curiosity Mini-books” and playing croquet at Bruce Park.