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TCCC remains deeply appreciative of the support accorded by the Tarzana Neighborhood Council in providing the Center with an expanded front porch which also serves as the main stage for such events as music festivals, fashion shows, auctions and CERT presentations.
Donated to TCCC in 2004, the gazebo adds an elegant ambiance to the grounds, and is often used for small meetings. For special events, it’s great for displaying and serving deserts or beverages.
The cacophony of L.A.’s busy lifestyle fades away as visitors of all ages take time out to sit down by the Center’s beautiful, double-waterfall Koi Pond and just unwind. It is an ideal spot to enjoy a cup of coffee, reminisce with a friend, read a poem or write one yourself!
The Founders Fountain and brick patio, located on the Center’s northwest corner, offers visitors’ seating on three surrounding benches. By night, the three-tiered fountain and stately 60-year-old pines are softly illuminated by low voltage lighting.
The Children’s Garden evokes whimsical elements of the African landscape, which are altogether appropriate for Tarzan country. The botanical garden includes “Elephant Island” and Giraffe Ridge, as well as an herb garden and a “kitchen garden”, which is replenished each spring by a Brownie troop.
The Rose Garden, which surrounds a graceful plinth fountain, was made possible by TCCC’S first Neighborhood Matching Funds grant in 2004. The garden provides passers-by with a spectacular splash of color from early spring until late fall.
The TCCC building can accommodate about 50 occupants, has two restrooms, air-conditioning, modern kitchen and retractable projection screen.
The Tarzan Museum and History Committee was formed in 2002 to collect, document, study and display photographs, writings, and other memorabilia related to the town of Tarzana.Displays at TCCC are ever growing and feature an array of community histories, well as many documents, books and photos related to the town’s famous namesake; Edgar Rice Burroughs: “Tarzan Lord of the Apes”.