NEW TENANTS COMING TO DEERFIELD TOWNE CENTER
• Joella’s Hot Chicken, home of the “Bird that bites back,” will be opening a 4,620-square-foot restaurant along Mason Montgomery Road, near Qdoba, this fall. Joella’s serves Nashville-style hot chicken, seasoned with “spirit” by adding one of six unique spice levels. They pair fresh, all-natural chicken with southern, made-fromscratch side dishes, like sweet vinegar slaw and creamy mac and cheese. Joella’s also serves sweet southern specialties like banana pudding, pie in a jar, and Nutella poppers. For more information on Joella’s Hot Chicken, visit www.joellas.com. • Sleep Number, a leader in sleep innovation, improves lives by individualizing sleep experiences with a variety of mattresses, bases, and bedding essentials. Sleep Number has over 575 stores in 50 states and will be opening a 3,200-square-foot store next to the new Joella’s Hot Chicken later this fall. For more information on Sleep Number, visit www.sleepnumber.com. • [solidcore] is a 50-minute workout that delivers a low impact, high intensity strength training for your entire body in a group setting. The 1,955-square-foot studio will be located near Whole Foods and is scheduled to be open this fall. For more information on [solidcore], visit www.solidcore.co. • No Baked Cookie Dough opened in August at the Deerﬁeld Towne Center. Their new menu includes various no baked cookie dough ﬂavors. All are made without eggs and partly cooked ﬂour so they are safe to eat.
REMINDER: DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME Daylight Savings Time ends at 2:00 a.m. Sunday, November 3. Remember to set your clocks back one hour.
YEAH, RIGHT! Born and raised in Mason, Jim Fox started writing poetry in the third grade and continued his passion for writing throughout his life. “I’ve enjoyed the writing process in some form or another since I could hold a pencil,” Fox laughs. More than 20 years ago, he started writing his first book and after putting writing aside to enjoy life with his family, his wife of 30 years, Helen, and two adult sons, Cliﬀ and Harrison, he began writing again. Instead of ﬁnishing his ﬁrst book, the idea for Yeah, Right! came about. “I know that other writers start with an outline and fill in supporting details. With Yeah, Right!, I began with a simple idea and just started writing without a beginning or end in mind.” Fox published Yeah, Right! through Amazon but gained his first real public exposure with a book signing at Mason High School earlier this year. Yeah, Right! can be found at Symbiosis located inside Mason Community Center, at the Comet Zone inside Mason High School, or on Amazon. For book clubs or speaking engagements, he can reached at jimfoxauthor@ gmail.com.
For more information about the Deerﬁeld Towne Center, visit www.deerﬁeldtownecenter.com.
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IN STUDIO B
Sunday, October 13, 2:00-2:45 p.m. New to Yoga? Learn the Basics! Poses • Terminology • Mindfulness • Breathing
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