Twin Cities Community Preschool – TCCP 2017 Auction
Auction Ends: Mar 27, 2017 07:00 PM PDT


With over 170+ items to bid on, there is something for everyone! You will find gift cards and services from both local shops and national/chain companies. When you make a bid, both of us benefit! You may take home one of these awesome items and the proceeds will go towards the planning and development our TCCP playground!


We are raising $150,000 to plan and develop our playground as an outdoor classroom that will build an appreciation and understanding of our earth and its natural resources. The playground will be divided into zones that are specifically designed to develop a broad range of skills while allowing children to freely experiment, get creative and get messy. Our hope is that our facility will be seen as a model of environmental education and we will be able to provide workshop training for other schools and educations professionals in our community.



Live Event Details

Sat Apr 1, 2017
7PM - 11PM PDT
American Legion Post 313 500 Magnolia Larkspur. CA Add to My Calendar
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Alumni will enjoy reconnecting and reminiscing over our slideshow of TCCP through the years. This year the online auction closes BEFORE the event, so be sure to check the catalog for items that are online only because we don't want you to miss out. Some of our hottest and most select items will be available only at the event. We can't think of a more fun way to support our local preschool - stay tuned for other new additions to this year's event! No host bar.

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Make Your Bid to Support Twin Cities Community Preschool


The Twin Cities Community Pre-School (TCCP) is a play-based, parent participatory pre-school in Corte Madera. We provide our students an indoor and outdoor learning experience that encourages fun and exploration. We create a playful environment where children can explore new ideas, interact and problem solve with peers, learn communication skills and develop creativity. At TCCP, each student is provided opportunities to try new challenges in a safe, supportive environment. Founded in 1946 by a group of mother’s who wanted an alternative to traditional childhood education methods, TCCP continues to offer its students and community a unique pre-school experience benefiting both the child and parent.