There will be an early start to the events programme in Brigg this weekend which includes Lincolnshire Day tomorrow (Saturday, October 1).
'Yellow Bellies' across the historic county have an opportunity to buy and eat Lincolnshire food and also to celebrate through music and dance.
Today (Friday) there will be A Tribute to RAF 617 Squadron, The Dambusters - performed by Dick Appleton and Paul Bellamy at a very apt venue, Brigg & District Servicemen's Club, Coney Court, from 7.30pm. Tickets, costing £7, can be obtained from Grandad's Shed (Wrawby Street) and the Rabbit Hole book shop (Market Place). The WW2 Dambusters operated from RAF Scampton, near Lincoln. This event is being promoted by Brigg Live Arts.
Singer and songwriter Steve Jinski, who has appeared on BBC One's popular One Show, is in concert at the Steel Rooms, Springs Parade, tonight (doors open 7pm). Tickets cost £15 and are available from the venue.
The Woolpack (Market Place) will have singer Ben Jordan (pictured) on stage tonight, while the Yarborough Hunt, on Bridge Street, holds its latest pop-up pizza event, from 5.30pm. Ben's gig will open with hits from Ed Sheeran, while part two will be covers of popular songs from the 1960s through to the present era.
Tomorrow (Saturday) there's a special #LoveBrigg Lincolnshire Day Market in the town centre, from 8.30am to 2pm, with a range of stalls, fantastic food, fresh produce, arts & crafts, dancing, music and street entertainment.
James Stevens will be providing his tribute to rock & roll and country music (1950s-1970s) on Saturday at the Servicemen's Club, from 8.30pm. Admission to this gig is free - everyone welcome.
The Black Bull, on Wrawby Street, will have Sophie Moss performing Hits from the Musicals, from 8pm (admission free).
The Woolpack will be offering Saturday night karaoke, and there will be a disco & karaoke at the Dying Gladiator, Bigby Street.
Brigg Methodist Church, on Wesley Road, has a Harvest Festival quiz night, from 7pm on Saturday, which includes an apple pie supper.
The extensive Christmas display at Brigg Garden Centre, Bigby High Road, is now open daily for shoppers to visit.
PICTURED AT THE TOP OF OUR POST: Steve Jinski performing; shopping and dancing at last year's Lincolnshire Market in Brigg town centre; and the county's own flag.
A Pancreatic Cancer Action awareness day held by local volunteers last Saturday while Brigg Farmers' Market was being held raised £330. Thanks have been expressed to to everyone for their generous support.