Toluca Lake Chamber Monthly Mixer
The first Friday of each month. February's meeting will be Friday, February 1st 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm at Rose & Sage, 10143 Riverside Dr, Toluca Lake.
The Mountaintop at Garry Marshall Theatre
Limited Engagement! February 6-March 10 Only. This is no ordinary night! History collides with Magic Realism in Katori Hall’s masterpiece, THE MOUNTAINTOP. A reimagining of the final hours of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s life and stunning new view of his dream for our nation. Buy $39 Center Section Tickets with Promo Code MLKTIX - 818-955-8101. Restrictions and handling fees apply.
The Chamber of Commerce is happy to announce that the Toluca Lake Business Directory will soon be available at locations in Toluca Lake.
Courting Community at Toluca Lake Tennis and Fitness Club
Considered one of the area’s hidden gems, the private Toluca Lake Tennis and Fitness Club
— situated near the base of the Hollywood Hills and adjacent to major studios — mimics Toluca Lake’s small-town feel by providing members a welcome escape from the hustle and bustle of its surroundings. Its founders envisioned a space that encouraged a healthy lifestyle, friendly competition and, most importantly, a sense of community. Forty years and counting, the club is fulfilling this goal, and its journey from tennis club to recreational mainstay is now a special part of Toluca Lake’s storied history.
Free One-Hour Consultation for Chamber Members
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A History of Toluca Lake
By 1923 Toluca Lake was blooming with walnut, apple and peach orchards. A group of investors purchased the Forman Toluca Ranch with the idea of creating a residential subdivision named Toluca Lake Park. Though the nearby Southern Pacific Railroad station was known as Lankershim Station, they had named the line the Toluca Flyer for its better known destination. Forman claimed the word Toluca was...