TCCC is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving Tarzana history & nurturing community engagement in a park-like setting.

Monday through Thursday
12:00pm - 5:00pm 

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What does TCCC Do?

Take a look at this informational video that illustrates some of the many ways in which we serve the community. We are a home to multiple sclerosis support groups, Wings Over Wendy’s veterans group and the Climate Reality Group, as well as Tarzana Music Nights, Comedy Nights, and other concerts and theatrical performances. TCCC also offers low-cost watercolor classes for adults and children, chess classes, Music Together classes, yoga classes, and gardening classes in our beautiful new Children’s Teaching Garden. Imaging and Story by: T. Robert Whitehead

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Join us for this musical artists' showcase outdoors in the garden. Our show features local singer-songwriters performing original songs and unique covers. 

Tickets are just $5 and can be purchased through the button below or at the door. All proceeds benefit TCCC. 

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TCCC is continuing our children's watercolor painting class taught by Miles Lewis, art coordinator for our Children's Garden Program. A studio and public artist who has taught all ages and levels, Miles is passionate about teaching children and helping them achieve the skills and mindset to become a constant creator. The fee for October is $80 for a four-week session; payment is due at the first class. All materials are included.  Registration is required, as spaces are limited.

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Join in and discover the fun! A Faery Hunt shows are interactive, immersive performances designed for young audiences & families to inspire creativity & fun. On this unique event, join the faery folke on a fun and gentle immersive quest for the Fairy Royalty with A Faery Hunt interactive, musical performance. All Covid safety rules will apply. Most children come in costume, grown-ups get to join the fun to! Come in costume, it is Halloween! Wings, wands, wizard hats available for purchase at the show.  Groups and Birthdays are welcome.


Following the show enjoy A Fairy Fun Halloween Party. The Fairies’ party will include one-on-one time with the fairies, dancing, games, storytelling, fairy unicorn readings, frolic & fun!

Cost: $30.00 per person for the show & fairy party.  Adult tickets and children’s tickets are the same price and each person needs a ticket. All Covid safety rules present will apply.

October 23:  Murder ... Without a Clue!

Dainty Dames Events invites you to the socialite event of the season!

“Murder…Without A CLUE!” is a murder mystery comedy show featuring you and the other Billionaire guests at Colonel Grady Pupon's Benefit Auction Gala. The Maid will greet you and seat you. The Butler will serve you...with his charms. The starlet Miss Rouge Le Dodo will wow you with her...acting. This star-studded event benefits the children of Beverly Hills "Adjacent," who have long been suffering from affluenza. You, being the generous billionaires you are, have come to support your friend the Colonel's cause. Once seated, the evening takes an unexpected and deadly turn. You and your fellow invitees must follow the clues to catch a killer...before they strike again!

DETAILS: This outdoor event (a loving sendup of Clue) features 2 hours of interactive entertainment, including a scavenger hunt, riddles, puzzles, and more! VIP tickets get priority seating and a complimentary glass of wine. Dress to impress, and pack your own picnic basket or order takeout from one of our local restaurant partners. We promise it'll be a KILLER time!

For more information, or to purchase tickets for this event please go to:

Call 818-324-6802 for more info or go to

Bob Blumenfield Tarzana Community & Cultural Center

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Tarzana Community & Cultural Center serves as a one of a kind gathering place run by and for community members, but more importantly, nourishes the soul and identity of the Tarzana community and the entire West Valley.

Bob Blumenfield

Councilmember, 3rd Council District