Douglas N. Everett Arena
The Douglas N. Everett Arena hosts dry floor events from mid-March to mid-September. From mid-September to mid-march, the arena operates as an ice arena and hosts ice skating activities such as public ice skating, stick practice, and hockey.
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All activities at the Everett Arena follow COVID-19 guidelines in accordance with the CDC, State of New Hampshire, and City of Concord. The Pro Shop is following retail guidance and the snack bar is following restaurant guidance. The Everett Arena has been exceeding all guidelines for cleaning and sanitization. Safety measures are in place for improved air quality with MERV 13 filtration and increased outdoor air ventilation. Sneeze guards are in place at the front desk / admission area and at the Pro Shop. Hand sanitizing stations are available throughout the facility.
Everett Arena Event Guidelines
All groups must follow these updated COVID-19 guidelines when visiting the arena:
- The City of Concord’s mask ordinance expired at 11:59 p.m. on June 1, 2021. Masks and facial coverings are no longer required within the Everett Arena as of June 2, 2021. This includes employees, vendors, and public visitors. You may continue to wear a mask if you choose.
- All staff and visitors shall attest to the following screening guidance for COVID-19 symptoms before entering the facility:
- Have you been in close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19? (NOTE: Healthcare workers caring for COVID-19 patients while wearing appropriate personal protective equipment should answer "no" to this question)
- Are you experiencing a cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, muscle aches, chills, severe fatigue, nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea?
- Have you had a fever in the last 24 hours?
- Have you had changes in your sense of taste or smell?
- Have you traveled in the prior 10 days internationally (outside of the U.S., except for essential travel to/from Canada) or on a cruise ship?
- If you answered yes to any of these questions, please do not put our employees and other guests at risk and come back another day when you feel better.
We thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
In the 1930’s, Concord citizens formed a not-for-profit corporation, The Concord Ice Skating Arena, Inc., to build and operate an indoor ice skating arena. The arena was built in 1965 and named after Doug Everett, a 1932 Olympic Silver Medalist, for his skill in skating and hockey as well as his civic and business leadership. In 1981, the City of Concord acquired the Everett Arena and the facility is now owned, operated, and maintained by the General Services Department. The arena’s mission is to provide a safe, attractive, and well-operated multi-purpose facility for the Concord community at competitive rates of other facilities in the region.