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

Garden Hours: During the COVID-19 restrictions, we will be open by appointment only. Contact us at info@mytarzana.org or call 818.705.1286.

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HAPPENINGS AT TCCC

Sept. 4: Managing Relationships in Trying Times 
Love in the Time of Covid-19

Marriage counselors and psychotherapists Linda and Charlie Bloom are authors of the best-selling book,101 Things I Wish I Knew When I Got Married: Simple Lessons to Make Love Last, and three other books on relationships. In this informative Zoom webinar, they will share insights they have gathered from their interactions with clients and students throughout the pandemic, and will also share wisdom from their own lives together as a couple. "Although the challenges presented in these times have been difficult for many of us, sheltering in place does not have to mean the beginning of the end of your quality of life or your relationship," the Blooms assert. "Many people are finding that, in addition to the hardships that we encounter in our “new normal," there are actually opportunities for us to restore greater balance, well-being, and fulfillment to our lives."

Time will be allotted at the end for questions from the audience, which you can submit through the Zoom chat. The cost of the Webinar is just $10; all proceeds benefit TCCC. Click on the blue link below to register.  (Please note: The registration form directs you to PayPal for payment. If you do not wish to use PayPal, contact TCCC by phone and we will arrange another method of payment.)

Our New Children's Children's Is 

Coming Soon! 

Contact us if you are interested in volunteering.

Call 818.705.1286 or email us at Info@mytarzana.org. 

Activities at TCCC

Watercolor Painting Class

Meets on Wednesdays in the Garden from 9 - 11 am

SFV Climate Reality Group (Zoom)

Meets on the second Tuesday every month from 7 - 8:30 pm

Wings Over Wendys (Veterans' Group)*

Community Book Forum*

Adat Chaverim*

Congregation for Humanistic Judaism 

     Burn Survivor Support Group*

Multiple Sclerosis Support Groups*

* All meetings are on hold until further notice. 

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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TARZANA COMMUNITY & CULTURAL CENTER

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

 Claire Bloom

Regular Garden Hours: Monday to Friday 11am to 3pm

OPEN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY DURING CURRENT COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS

© 2017. Tarzana Community & Cultural Center, a non-profit organization, section 501(c)(3)