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$50 Christmas Dining on Temple Square Giveaway


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To usher in this season of goodwill the folks at Temple Square have kindly offered us a $50 gift certificate to give away. The giveaway also coincides with the the Temple Square Christmas lights and free Christmas performances, all now in full swing.

If you are at all familiar with Salt Lake City, you probably already know about Temple Square and their yearly Christmas light display. Thousands of people descend on Temple Square during the holidays to enjoy, not only the light display, but an array of free choral performances too.

Throughout the holiday season there will be Christmas performances by high school, college, and community choral groups. Each free performance is 40 minutes in length. See here for full details of Temple Square Performances

One lucky winner will receive a $50 gift certificate, good at the Temple Square restaurant of his or her choice (The Roof Restaurant, The Garden Restaurant, Nauvoo Cafe, Lion House Pantry). For a chance to win the $50 gift card, all you have to do is complete the following sentence. “All I want for Christmas is……”. Leave your entry as a post on this article and we will select a winner randomly in one week’s time.

Temple Square, Salt Lake City
(801) 539-3100

Website: Christmas dining hours
Website: Christmas performance details
Website: Christmas on Temple Square guidebook (8MB PDF)

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64 thoughts on “$50 Christmas Dining on Temple Square Giveaway”

  1. All I want for Christmas is a $50 certificate…

    Actually, all I really want for Christmas is to come up with meaningful gifts that will show my family members how much I love them.
    And a cast-iron skillet would be great,too.

  2. All I want for Christmas is a safe trip home and a healthy mom. Some snow and a Temple Square gift card wouldn’t hurt, either!

  3. All I want for Christmas is to surprise my new husband – he’s very difficult to surprise and I’d love to think of and execute an activity that would surprise and delight him!

  4. All I want for Christmas is a son or daughter. We applied for adoption again and are hoping that soon…Santa will bring what we want most!

  5. All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth.

    The $50 gift card would be awesome, my wife and I need a great dinner, and evening together, would really help out the holiday plans (or lack there of)

  6. All I want for Christmas is for my three kids to all sleep through the night on the same night. That, or some kind of small kitchen appliance I don’t have.

  7. All I want for Christmas is a Macbook Pro. No, for real. All this “peace and love for everyone” can belong to somebody else.

  8. All I want for Christmas is to have a wonderful visit to Utah to visit my husband’s family…I’ve missed UT a lot and can’t wait to return. (and it would be even better with a gift card to celebrate our anniversary!)

  9. All I want for Christmas is a chance to spend time with my loved ones and not have to be buried in coursework and teaching. . . and more books and perfume wouldn’t hurt either.

  10. Thanks to everyone who entered this competition. The response was fantastic!

    We picked a winner randomly today and congrats to Julie, poster number 5.

  11. All I want for Christmas is a night out with my boyfriend. He had to move to Las Vegas because of family, but he’s coming back up for Christmas. A gift card would really help us.

  12. All I want for Christmas is an eternal family! My Christmas wish is coming true! My parents are attending church for the first time in my life! I would love to take them to dinner and to see the lights at temple square.

  13. All I want for Christmas…is to share a happy, healthy Christmas holiday with all of my family. My beautiful daughter has recently been given the news of a ‘complicated’ pregnancy. Although we take time from our busy day to help her, she finds it difficult to take care of her 2 yr old little boy, her day care children, and her home. Also, my mother fell and broke her hip this past week, and will be recovering from hip replacement surgery during this Christmas holiday. I believe dinner and seeing the lights at Temple Square would warm their hearts and give our family a relaxing time together. and .

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