Welcome to Union Arena

Activities & Upcoming Events

We were thrilled to open our doors for summer ice and then again in mid-October.  We have taken great pride in providing a much-needed recreational distraction. We want to assure you that your safety and well-being continue to be our highest priority and continually review our protocols to best ensure our employee and guest safety. You can visit our dedicated COVID-19 page to learn more.

Due to the constant changes in restrictions, which we fully support, our main page will be where we communicate updates to our programming & events.

AS OF 1/1/21:

*Adult recreational team sports continue to be on hold.
*Youth recreational team sports are permitted to resume, strictly following the Vermont ACCD guidelines 9.1 (found on our dedicated COVID-19 page)

*We are continuing to book single household 1-hour midweek skating sessions with limited offerings throughout the remaining winter months.  For group size less than 10, the cost is 50% off at $122.50.  For group size 10-20, the cost is 25% off at $183.75. Skate rentals are available at $6/pair. Upon booking you’ll be asked a number of questions to make sure everyone is following COVID guidelines. To book your ice or ask questions please email info@unionarena.org or call 802.457.2500 ext.2

*To support our arena with a monetary donation please click “SUPPORT THE ARENA” up top, and/or add us through Amazon Smile. Every bit helps, especially this year.

We thank you for your continued support.

The Staff at Union Arena

Union Arena Sponsors and Partners

About the Union Arena Community Center of Woodstock

Union Arena, Inc., is a non-profit organization, and the first multi-purpose, four-season community cultural and athletic facility in the region. Our mission is to offer affordable and accessible healthy activities for all families and the overall population of the region. Cultural activities that the arena has hosted include theatre festivals, school graduations, art shows, craft fairs, antique shows, concerts, pet and agriculture shows, and other full community gatherings. Other local non-profit educational, health, and arts organizations also use the facility as a base for community events and fundraising. Athletic activities include five months of winter ice and three to six weeks of summer ice for adult and youth ice hockey; figure skating and public skating; spring and fall sports including field hockey, soccer, and lacrosse utilize Union Arena during inclement weather.