(KCEN) -- This morning we woke up with a bit of a chill in the air, which means it's almost time for fall.
And that also means it's time for the Moody Cotton Harvest.
The city celebrates the harvest every year with a parade and festival that brings thousands to the small town.
It actually triples the town's population.
Music, food, games and rides will take over city streets from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on September 22.
It's the biggest event for Moody all year.
Moody Chamber President Dick Van Dyke said, "It's a good time for people just to get together. You can see old and young people that know each other and complete strangers having a good time listening to the music and having a lot of fun."
Admission is completely free.
Moody has a long history of producing cotton in Texas.