The Nowata Historical Society Museum will celebrate its second birthday Saturday in its new site at 136 S. Oak in Nowata. Everyone is invited to come spend some time enjoying food, music and entertainment.

Of special interest is the 1912 International Auto Wagon on temporary loan for the month of May from James (Dude) and Caryl Bell. The International is fully restored, in working order and a piece of art.The vehicle has solid rubber 38- and 42-inch high wheels, two-cylinder air cooled engine, right wheel drive, a main leather seat with collapsible canopy, two headlights and two, gas side lights. It has a cargo box with an additional removable bench with two tractor seats attached. When running, it sounds like it is chuckling — chuck a chuck a chuck. Dude purchased the machine from Bartlesville resident Leon Campbell.

Other special activities are planned.Kay Little will be providing “Little History Adventures” from early day schools.

George Trimmel, saddle maker and leather craftsman, will be showing some of his works.

“The Jaguars” will host a street dance in front of the museum.

Shaved ice and barbecue vendors will be on hand.

Free popcorn will be available.

The movie “The Galloping Goose” will be showing.

Cow milking and games will be going on all day.

Bartlesville Indian Women’s Club booth selling traditional Cherokee dolls, jewelry and trinkets.

Memorial flowers will be on sale in the Annex, south side of the museum. Use the door with barber pole painted beside it to enter the annex.

The museum is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Admission is free and donations are gratefully accepted. Call 918-273-1191 during open hours with questions.