Business Bites: Spirit Halloween open; new downtown tire shop; Ginger Day; free haircuts at the Man Cave

Spirit Halloween

Spirit Halloween has opened in the former Shopko space at 301 Northwest Bypass.

They’ll be in the space for the season.

Development Rumors: What’s real, what’s not

There have been rumors that Winco is moving into the space, but that is not true, according to the building owners.

Fox’s Point S

Bob and Nick Fox have opened Fox’s Point S in the former Mountain Tire shop downtown. They are a full service tire shop offering preventative maintenance and other auto repairs. They also own Jerry Noble tires and two other shops in Helena.

Business Bites: Mountain Tire closed; new owner for Dahlquist Realtors; Life in Bloom expanding; Craig Taphouse open; GF Clinic testing shuttle service; GF Library hosting online safety event; GFPS giving away books

They’re having a grand opening on Aug. 26.

Man Cave haircuts

The Man Cave Barbershop at 106 1st Ave. S. is offering free cuts on Aug. 21 from 3-5 p.m. with free backpacks, school supplies and a barbecue.

Ginger Day

The third annual Ginger Day is Aug. 20.

It’s a locally created holiday to celebrate the birthday of a few gingers, including your favorite cranky reporter.

It’s a fun, quirky event celebrating those soulless redheads by spending the day with our community and highlighting local business who support our  shenanigans.

This year’s event includes some fun cocktails and coincides with Global Climbing Day that includes free climbing at Hi-Line Climbing Center.

Elevation 3330: Strawberry blonde frozé

Fire: $3 Strawberry margarita mocktails

KellerGeist: Gilligan’s Dream the strawberry ginger mojito

Teriyaki Madness: 10 percent off any in person or phone in order. Not available for online orders. Not to be combined with any other offer or discount.

The Blue Rose: 40 percent off entire receipt for all Gingers!

Colored Snow: 20 percent off

For the full list of participating businesses and specials, check out the Ginger Day Facebook page.

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