Hello Community Yesterday the province announced a move back into “Step 1” of their “Path Forward Plan”. Community Centres can open for activities permitted under Step 1, such as: wedding ceremonies up to 10 people funeral services up to 20 people wedding and funeral receptions are not permitted individual or household one-on-one fitness training with
We are now open for registered (sorry, no drop-in) low-impact fitness programming. Facilities used for indoor recreation may open only for the purposes of low-intensity individual or group fitness, 1-to-1 fitness training and youth group physical activities. Facilities may include:• Gyms and studios• Fitness and recreation centres• Spas, pools, indoor rinks and arenas• Community halls
The Government of Alberta has recently imposed additional stronger health measures to protect the health system and limit the spread of COVID-19. For information on these measures, visit the stronger public health measures web page here: https://www.alberta.ca/enhanced-public-health-measures.aspx. Community centres are closed until at least Stage 2 with a few exceptions. The office will be open 9:00
The Bragg Creek Community Association will be holding a special meeting on February 24th, 2021 at 6:00 pm. This meeting will be to present and vote on the intent of the BCCA Board of Directors to apply for additional funding through the CEBA (Canadian Emergency Business Account). This $20,000 interest free loan would be used to
Dear Community, The Bragg Creek Community Centre has been an established hub for community gatherings and programs since the BCCA was formed in 1958 and our first Centre was built in 1968. This current version of our building (fire and floods have impacted the Centre over the years!) is now just over 20 years old.