“Bountiful Temple Open House, Dedication Dates Set,” Ensign, Sept. 1994, 80
The Bountiful Utah Temple will be open to the public from 5 November 1994 to 17 December 1994, the First Presidency has announced. A June 23 letter to all priesthood leaders in the Wasatch front also announced the dates for the dedication of the temple—January 8 through January 14. There will be twenty-eight dedicatory sessions.
Tickets will be required for the open house, and those tickets can be obtained approximately sixty days prior to the open house through local stakes and wards in the Utah North and Utah Central areas. The tickets will be free of charge.
The use of tickets helps create an orderly experience and eliminates long lines and other problems associated with limited parking and access to the temple.
Following the open house, the temple will be closed for three weeks to prepare it for the dedication. Each of the Bountiful temple district’s twenty-eight stakes will be assigned a dedicatory session to attend. Tickets to those sessions can be obtained through bishops.
The dedicatory services also will be broadcast on closed-circuit television at the Salt Lake and Ogden tabernacles and the Bountiful Regional Center.