Nestled in the trees on a hilltop halfway up Topanga Canyon, this rustic spread includes the historic Topanga Community House and fairgrounds. The TCC's playing fields are the site of the annual Topanga Days fair, and the indoor clubhouse hosts year-round concerts and a wide variety of organizations and events, including the Topanga Symphony, preschool classes, senior-citizens outreach, Alcoholics Anonymous and the local historical society. Built in 1949 by the Topanga Women's Club, the TCC is one of the few venues for live performance and culture in Topanga Canyon, and it's been a longtime gathering place for people of all ages in the community, as its founders originally intended. The annual Topanga Days festival features several indoor and outdoor stages of popular classic rock, blues, country, roots and folk musicians, many of whom live in the neighborhood, as well as a cornucopia of arts & crafts, retail booths and food stands, all set in a bucolic hillside location. In keeping with Topanga's free-spirited, live-and-let-live philosophy, there's an attitude of communal spirit and hippie-style idealism in this stubbornly pastoral neighborhood. All ages. Parking is available on the premises and along Topanga Canyon Blvd.