Joss House Celebrates ‘Year Of The Tiger’

“Year Of The Tiger” Celebration
Joss House State Park, Weaverville
Feb 27, 2010

The “Year Of The Tiger” celebration is a traditional Chinese Lion Dance at the Joss House State Park.

Dance performed by the White Tiger Kenpo studio of Weaverville.

Photographer Paul Heath was born in West Lafayette, Ind., and moved to Redding in 1988. He likes photography, crowds and going places to meet new people. He is married and has two grown children.

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was born in West Lafayette, Ind., and moved to Redding in 1988. He likes photography, crowds and going places to meet new people. He is married and has two grown children.
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  1. Avatar Chris Bennor says:

    Thanks for the fabulous pictures! Two of those baby Lion Dancers are my boys, Spenser and Harrison Buck. In such a hurry to get them to the rehearsal and performance, I forgot to grab my camera, so it's great to see the pictures here! We're blessed to live in a small community where my boys can participate in such a great event.

  2. Avatar Carla Jackson says:

    Beautiful photos – thanks, Paul!

    • Avatar Paul says:

      Thank you Caria, and I would also like to thank Joe Domke for putting the slide show together,