Community

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

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

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THE MOST UP-TO-DATE HAPPENINGS AT TCCC

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Don’t miss this year’s AMAZING virtual gala event!
 
If you saw our virtual gala last year, you know what kind of movie magic we can conjure up. This year, we’ve taken it a step further and created an even more exciting, entertaining, and emotionally potent event for our viewers.
 
Tune in on Saturday, Dec. 4 at 7 pm to see our virtual gala, the highlight of which is a spoof of the holiday classic “It’s a Wonderful Life.” The TCCC Players (our board members, moonlighting as talented actors) appear in this hilarious yet poignant movie that is the lynchpin of our event. The gala program, hosted by the inimitable Jason Love, also includes a comedy act by Johnny Beehner, musical performances by Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Harriet Schock and the renowned John Cartwright, plus other surprise performances and presentations. Tickets are just $35 and all proceeds benefit TCCC.

CLICK ON THE BUTTON BELOW TO PURCHASE YOUR TICKET NOW! 

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What Does the 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

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