Regular community cinema film shows are to be held at the new Brigg Arts & Culture Centre, located in the Sir John Nelthorpe Upper School, off Grammar School Road.
A £1,000 community grant was agreed by Brigg Town Council at its June meeting held on Tuesday night in the Angel Suite Lounge.
Information supplied to the authority in support of this grant application explained film screenings "will be open to all" (subject to the classification of each movie being shown).
"We hope to have at least one screening before the end of the current school term," the statement explained, "and monthly screenings from the start of the autumn term onwards.
"The anticipated audience for each screening is approximately 100; the venue can, however, seat up to 200 should the need arise."
No membership scheme applies and all activities at the centre will be open to the general public.
There will be other events in addition to film shows.
It is expected that "the large majority of attendees will live in Brigg" or be past scholars (Briggensians) or currently attend Sir John Nelthorpe School.
Last August, Brigg Blog reported that efforts to create a community cinema had been given a major boost.
Hull-based telecommunications company KCOM agreed a £1,000 grant to the Brigg Arts & Culture Centre (BACC) through its community fund.
Explaining how the grant would be used if its bid proved successful, BACC said "We would like to start a community cinema for the residents of Brigg and surrounding villages, becoming the social heart of the community and providing connections and social opportunities for those who might otherwise be isolated.
"We hope a local cinema will provide a warm and friendly atmosphere for local residents to come together without the need to travel out of town. This grant will help purchase a projector screen to run a community cinema for the residents of Brigg and surrounding villages."
Brigg has been without a dedicated cinema venue since The Grand, on Wrawby Street, closed in the mid-1960s.
However, various community-related cinema screenings have taken place at local venues since then - some being held in the Angel Suite during 2017, for example.
That year saw Brigg Live Arts screen a children's comedy film at Brigg & District Servicemen's Club and also The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel at the same venue.
Many Brigg Blog followers of more senior years will recall, as children, spending happy Saturday afternoons watching films at The Grand right up to its closure.
The format was a B-movie, a main feature and, of course, cartoons.
That's All Folks! did not quite apply, though, in respect of children's matinees.
For in the late 1960s, a local man staged some film shows - Brigg Town Football Club being among the venues he used.
The spacious Grand Cinema, located near the White Horse pub, was demolished during the 1970s.
It was bordered on one side by the original Horse Fair Paddock - still being visited periodically by funfairs with their rides and amusements after the cinema had closed.
PICTURED ABOVE: A busy early August scene outside the cinema in the 1950s while Brigg Horse Fair was in full swing. Below - The Grand no longer looking grand in the 1970s, just prior to demolition.