The Year of the Tiger began, under the Chinese calendar, on February 1 and ends on January 21, 2023. To mark the occasion, local resident, John Brooks, has decided to sculpt. his annual snow creature in the form of a tiger at his home on Van Buren Street in Kemptville. John’s snow sculptures are a fun and creative feature of our winter season, and the tiger is a particularly apt choice for 2022. Not only because it is the Year of the Tiger, but this year, it is the Year of the Water Tiger. So, even as the thaw begins to melt John’s sculpture, it will continue to be a true reflection of the Chinese calendar!

So, as John Brooks says: “Happy (Chinese) New Year! It’s the Year of the Tiger.”


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