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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 


Jungle Telegraph

Support TCCC by becoming a member for only $50 per year!

New Adult Watercolor Classes
Feb 8, 15 & 20
Time:  Noon - 2pm

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Did you make a New Year's resolution to do something

fun and creative this year? Try joining us for these fun

and enriching watercolor classes with experienced artist and teacher Martha Bell. Martha will gently guide

you at your own pace and level of experience. Enjoy personal expression through art while connecting with like-minded developing artists. 

Beginner to advanced students are welcome.

The cost is $60 a month; $20 per class. You are

welcome to come and take one class before signing up

for the entire three-week session. 

For more information or to register, call 818.705.1286 or send an email to

Feb. 11: Wine Tasting Event II

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Looking for something special to do the weekend before Valentine's Day? Enjoy a great date night discovering unique wine selections from around the globe at our wine tasting event with wine educator and Urban Liquid founder Kevin Bening! You will be introduced to an assortment of delicious wines, accompanied by cheese, charcuterie and dessert plates prepared by Cornucopia Caterers. 

The cost is $50 per person for this evening of wine tastings and food pairings. This event sold out the last time we held it, so order tickets early to ensure your spot at this TCCC exclusive event.


TCCC  2nd Annual Native Plants Fair

New Date: Feb. 18, 2023

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Due to circumstances beyond our control, we need to reschedule our Native Plants Fair once more to Saturday, Feb. 18. This will be the absolute final date, rain or shine. If the weather is cooperative, it will be a full-scale, fun-filled event with live music featuring the teen jazz quartet 12-Gauge Wire, folk-rock artist Craig Lincoln, and the classic mellow rock band Europa, performing a catalogue of hits from such icons as The Beatles, Eagles, Fleetwood Mac, Steely Dan and many other favorites.

The event will also feature vegan food vendors, plant sales and giveaways, watercolor workshops, planting stations, free expert landscaping advice, educational talks, and information booths hosted by our native plant partners, including: The Santa Monica Mountains Fund, California Native Plants Society, Tree People, Theodore Payne Foundation, Tataviam Land Conservancy, Friends of the LA River, Resource Conservation District and Metropolitan Water District. There will also be representatives from the Tarzana Neighborhood Council and our local city councilmembers' offices. 

We'll see you soon – rain or shine!

Watch This Preview of Our Native Plants Fair!

Save-the-Date: March 9
Talk for Caregivers of Loved Ones with Alzheimer's and Dementia
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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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