Bragg Creek is named after Albert Warren Bragg from Collingwood, Nova Scotia and his 14 year old brother John Thomas who homesteaded in the area from 1885. Fire had stripped the land of trees leaving verdant open land particularly suited to ranching. However very few of the settlers remained for long; it was a beautiful and unspoiled area but isolation made life difficult particularly through the winter months.
For the white people who remained, trade with the Stoney Indians (also known as the Nakoda First Nation) was an important part of life. Beaded clothing and furs were exchanged. The Bragg Creek Trading Post on White Avenue stands on the site of the original trading post.
Our Next Event
- Bragg Creek's Scarecrow Festival!
October 28, 2014(09:00) - November 03, 2014 (12:00)
- Halloween Family Costume Dance
October 31, 2014 (14:00 - 17:00)
- Halloween Teen Costume Dance
October 31, 2014 (18:00 - 21:00)
- The Powderhorn presents: D.J. Halloween
October 31, 2014 (19:00 - 20:00)
- Open Mic Night at The Powderhorn Saloon
November 05, 2014 (19:30)
- Beatles Tribute Concert "All You Need is Love"
November 07, 2014 (18:00)