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Temple dates announced, postponed

The dedication and open house dates for the Adelaide Australia Temple, Melbourne Australia Temple and Suva Fiji Temple have been announced by the First Presidency. In addition, the dedication dates for the Tampico Mexico and Villahermosa Mexico temples have been postponed.

The Adelaide Australia Temple will open its doors to the public April 28-May 3, 2000, but will not be open on Sunday, April 30. It will be dedicated in four sessions on Tuesday, May 9, 2000, and open for ordinance work the following day, May 10.

The Melbourne Australia Temple will open to the public April 28 and remain open until May 3, with the exception of Sunday, April 30, 2000. The temple will be dedicated in four sessions on Wednesday, May 10, and open May 11 for temple work.

The Suva Fiji Temple opens to the public May 3-6, and will be dedicated in four sessions on Friday, May 12, and will begin service on May 13.

The dates for the Tampico and Villahermosa temples in Mexico have been postponed. Originally scheduled for March 24 and March 26, respectively, the temples will be dedicated in May.

The Tampico Mexico Temple will open its doors to the public April 29 through May 6, with the exception of Sunday, April 30. The temple will be dedicated in four sessions on May 20, and will open for ordinance work on May 22.

The Villahermosa Tabasco Temple will open its doors to the public May 9-13, and be dedicated in four sessions on Sunday, May 21. The new temple will open for ordinance work on Monday, May 22.

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