The illustrated talk that month will be Lincolnshire Lancaster Firsts - presented by Aviation Historian Jim Shortland.
In view of the subject and speaker, Brigg Blog expects this to attract a large attendance.
Lancaster bombers flew from RAF Elsham Wold to take part in operations during the Second World War.
Many of the brave crews enjoyed a bit of R&R (rest and recuperation) in Brigg pubs.
You may recall not many years ago when the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight's Lancaster came from its base at RAF Coningsby and made a memorable fly-past over Brigg on the night of a BASH event at the Servicemen's Club (pictured above and below).
Many people in Brigg enjoy seeing "The Lanc" whenever it appears in the skies over the town on its way to or from fly-pasts at various events.
BASH meetings are held on the first Tuesday of the month - so the Lancaster talk will be on April 4, starting at 8pm. Make a note of the date - further details to follow nearer the time.
Admission to BASH meetings is free, with a raffle held to help meet costs. Everyone is welcome - no need to book tickets in advance.