Contact Us: 814-724-6006
Welcome to the George S. DeArment Ice Arena!
Our regulation 200' by 85' ice rink serves hockey pros and brand new skaters alike. During our ice season from August to March, enjoy our rink by coming to public skating sessions, joining a hockey league, curling, figure skating, or watching your little one learn how to skate. In the off season, visit the rink for in-line skating, flea markets, craft shows, dances, concerts, and more.
Our skating facilities include a heated lobby, locker rooms, restrooms, skate rental, a pro-shop, and a snack bar. We also offer skate sharpening for figure and hockey skates for only $6.00.
Aaron Rekich, Executive Director
Admission and Rentals
Birthday Guest (includes skates)
Skating Pass Resident**
Skating Pass Non-Resident**
Ice Arena Rental
* Must have at least 25 people
** Residents include those with a Meadville, Vernon Township, or West Mead address
Learn to Skate
This great program will help your little one feel confident on the ice. Sign up for one of our four winter sessions, each consisting of six Saturday classes.
Session 1: 9/5, 9/12, 9/19, 9/26, 10/3, 10/10
Session 2: 10/17, 10/24, 10/31, 11/7, 11/14, 11/21
Session 3: 12/5, 12/12, 12/19, 1/9, 1/23, 1/30
Session 4: 2/6, 2/13, 2/27, 3/6, 3/13, 3/20
Interested in registering? CLICK HERE
814 Hockey is a full service instructional school that teaches all facets of the game of hockey. With Jeremiah Ordos and Aaron Rekich at the helm you're sure to get all the skills you need. From skating to off ice teaching, you will improve!
- Power Skating
- Checking Clinics
- Off Ice workouts
- Video Analysis
The MARC is proud to host the newly formed Outer Edge Figure Skating Club! Registration opens at 12pm on August 29th after a figure skating exhibition and the club will meet Saturday mornings from 11:30am-12:30pm at the DeArment Ice Arena.
For figure skating lessons for adults or children, please contact:
Professional Figure Skating
Coach & Choreographer
Private & Group Lessons
MARC COVID-19 RINK Safety Policies and Procedures
Coming to Our Facility:
Those wishing to come to the MARC this season must wear masks at all times
Anyone experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, waiting on a COVID-19 test, or anyone exposed to a COVID-19 patient may not enter the facility without a negative COVID-19 test
If you have travelled outside to the restricted states described in the PA Dept of health guidelines you may not enter the MARC within two weeks of your return
All MARC patrons must practice social distancing and maintain six feet of distance between themselves and other patrons whenever possible
Coaches, referees, and athletes are expected to wear masks unless on the ice and actively participating in a work out, game, or activity that prevents use of a mask
The MARC is operating at 25% capacity which includes staff, players, and coaches. This will limit the number of spectators for events and programs so we encourage you to find alternative ways to watch MARC events such as through LiveBarn
Participants should arrive dressed for events due to a limit of six children per locker room
Commonly touched surfaces such as door handles, rink glass, hockey benches, etc. will be cleaned between events and will be regularly cleaned throughout the day
MARC maintenance staff will be cleaning locker rooms between uses
Common use items such as ice walkers will not be provided this season for skaters to limit any potential spread of COVID-19
Entrances will be marked as enter or exit to encourage one way travel
Hand sanitizing stations will be provided throughout the facility
Restrooms will be deep cleaned every four hours
• All employees have been trained in COVID-19 safety and sanitation protocols.
• All employees have been instructed to stay home if they do not feel well.
• Employees that report any symptoms will follow a thorough reporting procedure.
• All employee hand tools, equipment, computer peripherals, workstations and break rooms are cleaned and sanitized multiple times per day.
• Employees are required to wear masks. Employees will wear gloves based on their job activities.