I would suggest getting familar with your planes' air density chart, an hour or two with your instructor practicing soft field techniques and a call to your insurance company. While BRC airport is a legal airport for a short time each year, some insurance companies may have an issue. Never hurts to check.
At least you won't need to worry about a ramp inspection. I have found that landing there works best if you really watch your instruments. The length of the runway gives a slightly false impression of your distance above the ground. Though, if you are instrument rated that won't be a factor.
Bring three of the "screw in the ground" type of tie downs. It is a fun place to fly into. I strongly suggest doing it.
If you are renting, certainly tell the FBO where you are going. If you own your plane, plan on a thorough cleaning after you get home. My biggest fear is the corrosive dust within the wings and fuselage. I spent hours with compressed air and a pressure washer cleaning up my plane.
Those who think they can and those who think they can't are both right.