Martha's Vineyard Ice Arena

Governor Baker Puts the Freeze on Ice Arenas

Due to rising cases of Covid-19 connected to indoor ice hockey, Governor Baker has ordered all indoor ice arenas and skating facilities to cease operations for the next two weeks.

Community Wins When Police and Firefighters Hit the Ice

Bragging rights took a back seat at the third annual police versus fire hockey game which was a benefit this year for the Island Autism Group and the family of Erica Ponte. (P.S. Team Blue won).

Summer Hockey Tourney Gives Beach a Run for Its Money

The Martha’s Vineyard Ice Arena played host to the East Coast Classic, a hockey tournament that pits eight summer teams from the Northeast against one another in a battle for the Vineyard Cup.

Firefighters and Police Face Off

Last year over 300 fans packed the ice arena for the first ever Guns and Hoses event, which pitted local police against local firefighters in an icy battle for hockey bragging rights.

Arena General Manager Resigns

A year and seven months after taking the job, the new general manager of the Martha’s Vineyard Ice Arena has resigned. Peter Lambos said he will leave in April.

Ice Arena Has Its Grand Opening

The new Martha’s Vineyard Arena is now officially open. Saturday saw a formal ribbon cutting ceremony, followed by an open skate for all.

Ice Arena Grand Opening

The Martha’s Vineyard Ice Arena has been open for a few months now, following extensive renovations over the summer.

College Hockey Tournament

College hockey is coming to the Vineyard this weekend, on Friday and Saturday.


Start the year off by gliding into a skate-a-thon celebration at the ice arena Monday, Jan. 1 from noon to 1:30 p.m.

Ice Arena Renovation Nears Completion

Youth hockey teams are already skating at the new Martha’s Vineyard Arena, and the community ice rink will soon be open for public skating following a $4.2 million renovation that began last spring.