A first-of-its-kind event in Pennsylvania will be making a comeback right here in Carbon County.

Last fall, Weatherly held its first-ever Cabbage Festival in an effort to promote the county's agriculture.

The festival was wildly successful with hundreds coming out. That's why the borough is gearing up for round two.

It's still a few months away but organizers are looking for non-profit groups to participate.

It's an opportunity to sell things like food or crafts, at no cost to the organization.

"All we ask for is a fifty dollar deposit, we don't cash that check. If you show up, we hand it right back to you. If you don't, then we cash it but we want our non-profits to be able to benefit from this festival. We're proud of it and we're looking forward to building it into something really special in the near future," said Weatherly mayor, Tom Connors.

If a non-profit wants to be a part of this year's festival, they can contact organizers on Facebook or reach out to Alice Wanamaker at the Carbon Chamber.

This year's Cabbage Festival will take place rain or shine October 13th at Eurana Park.