If you are coming to Kingston, Ontario this February to take in the 2020 Tim Horton’s Brier, visit Kingston Frameworks‘ Gallery for ROCK! A new Art Exhibit celebrating Curling, Kingston, and Winter, this show will feature Paintings & Photography by multiple local Kingston artists including Pat Shea, David Dossett, Paula Formanek, John Shea, Kyla Mayne and more!
ROCK opens this Valentine’s Day, February 14th, and will continue until March the 10th, 2020.
Our Show draws it’s name from the Curling Stone, in honour of the much anticipated Tim Hortons Brier, taking place in Kingston, Ontario later this month. ♠️♣️♥️♦️The Brier’s first event by the way will be a Wild Card Game taking place Friday, February 28th at the Leon’s Centre. Tickets are FREE & first come, first served, with doors opening at 6pm. The two highest ranked Teams that didn’t win in their Province or Territory will be duking it out to qualify for the Brier’s last spot, so this is sure to be exciting! Tickets to match-ups later during the Brier can be purchased through the 2020 Brier website.
New to Kingston? There are several Parking Lots throughout Downtown Kingston near the Brier and Kingston Frameworks (here’s a link), with the lot across from the Leon’s Centre resurfaced in anticipation of Curling Fans. If you’re near the Brier and you’re looking for some great eats, FrameWorks staff grab their lunches at nearby Pasta Genova (bring cash) & the Mermaid Avenue Sandwich Factory off Wellington Street; for some finer fare, try Chez Piggy (in the courtyard at Princess and King streets) or Greco’s (near Frameworks on Princess).