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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

and by appointment 


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March 31: Tarzana Music Night Live


Join us for another spectacular Tarzana Music Night: Live! on Friday,

March 31! Our performers include Brent Hahn, Mike Berman, Kathy Sanders, Robert Morgan Fisher, Kevin Kelso, Jimi Yamagishi, Art Podell, Tracy Newman, Nueva Visions Jazz Band, JK Jones, Ken Holme, Claire Bloom, McGrane & Wallace and Scott Detweiller.


Our SPECIAL GUESTS will be the jazz quartet 12 GAUGE WIRE performing

a 20-minute set at 8 pm.

Purchase tickets by clicking on the buttons above or pay cash at the door. Snacks and beverages available for purchase. 

April 10:  Free Native Plant Workshop


Adult Watercolor Classes 
April 5, 12 & 19
Time:  Noon - 2pm

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There are still spots available in our Wednesday watercolor class, held on the first three Wednesdays of each month.

This class is open to all levels, from absolute beginner to advanced. Our instructor Martha Bell will gently guide you at your own pace and level of experience. Enjoy personal expression through art while connecting with like-minded developing artists. 

The cost is just $20 per class. You are welcome to pay as you go or sign up for the entire three-week session. For more information or to register, call 818.705.1286 or send an email to

Our 2nd Annual Native Plants Fair Was Amazing!

We had a fantastic turnout for our Tarzana Native Plant Fair on February 18! It was an amazing day for native plants and

our community. We are so happy that everyone enjoyed all the plant sales and giveaways, plant-based food demonstrations, watercolor workshops, seed bomb and planting stations, free landscaping advice, educational talks, and information booths. Thank you to all our event partners: West Valley Nursery, The Santa Monica Mountains Fund, California Native Plants Society, Tree People, Theodore Payne Foundation, Tataviam Land Conservancy, Resource Conservation District, Metropolitan Water District, Plant-Based in the 'Burbs, Tarzana Neighborhood Council, Bella Luna Pizza, Valley Art Workshop, and City Councilmember Bob Blumenfield. 

Check out the short video below, produced by Joe Chavez of the Metropolitan Water District (our main event sponsor, along with West Valley Nursery). We are so grateful to Joe and Debra Sass of MWD who helped make this wonderful event possible! The video below it, from our 2022 event, was produced by Thomas Whitehead. We look forward to seeing you at the next Native Plant Fair!

April 16: "A Day of Healing"
Metaphysical & Artisan Fair
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Bob Blumenfield Tarzana Community & Cultural Center

Historic and picturesque, the 
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

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