Visit the Owls Head Transportation Museum’s annual foreign auto festival Saturday, Sept. 24, and Sunday, Sept. 25. The museum’s final outdoor event of the season features hundreds of vintage vehicles from around the world and, weather permitting, the museum's antique aeroplanes will take to the skies for the final antique aeroplane show of the season.

The featured marque for the museum’s 2016 foreign auto festival is Volvo; Volvos of any vintage and all pre-1996 vehicles are admitted free as exhibitors. Free kids' activities and Model T rides will also be available.

Gates open to the public at 9 a.m.; exhibitor gates open at 8 a.m. The show will go on rain or shine, and a variety of indoor demonstrations and activities are planned in the event of inclement weather. All pre-1996 vehicles, Volvos of any year, and all organized automobile clubs are welcome to exhibit. Exhibitors and one guest get in free.

On Saturday, Tom Cotter, well-known automotive personality, National Barn Find seeker, organizer of the National AC Cobra Tour, author of “A Cobra In The Barn,” Hagerty Magazine contributor and television personality, will visit the museum. Cotter will be on hand to interact with guests and present a talk on his recent trip down Route 66 looking for hidden — and forgotten— collector cars. Saturday is also an OHTM Member Appreciation Day. Members will receive a 20 percent off coupon to the museum store and a chance to enter a raffle for a gift basket of assorted products from the museum store.

Event admission is $18 for adults. Children under 18, as well as retired and active-duty military, are admitted free every day. Concessions from French & Brawn Catering and Marketplace will be available for purchase throughout the event. For more information about the event, call the museum at 594-4418 or visit online at owlshead.org.