New bakery on Dayton-Oakwood border sets grand opening date, free-cupcakes-for-a-year drawing

The new bakery moving into the Moore Dessert Please space at 1003 Shroyer Road in Dayton near the Oakwood border has set its grand opening date and specials.

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La Puf Sweets Bakery & Candy will formally introduce itself from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 16.

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“Let the sweet adventures begin!” La Puf founder Karalee Parlin said on La Puf Sweets Facebook page of the grand opening. “We will have samples, giveaways, in-store savings, and one lucky person will win a year supply of cupcakes.”

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“We will have hot dogs from The Root Beer Stande, Face Painting and Balloon Making from Britzy's Parties Plus, we will be spinning our signature Cotton Candy (free with purchase) ... The bakery will be full of amazing sweets from cupcakes, candy apples, mini tarts & cheesecakes to edible cookie dough!”

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The bakery is offering 10 percent off any order including catering services booked on June 16.

La Puf Sweets got its start as a bricks-and-mortar bakery in late 2016 on Patterson Road in Kettering, and later moved to The Greene Town Center in Beavercreek before shutting down there.

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Justin Livingston, owner of the former Moore Dessert Please, now operates Scratch Bakery by Justin Tyler in his hometown of Tipp City.

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