If you're searching for some creative ways to spend your Sunday, we have a few suggestions.
Here's a unique combination -- a documentary screening and ugly sweater contest. "The Movement: One man joins an uprising" is a short documentary about four people who have had overcome birth defects or injury to continue skiing. That's being shown at the Wild Boar at Bromley in Peru, and a prize will be given to the person with most festive or ugly sweater. It costs $10 a person and starts at 7 p.m.
Local photographers Brian Mohr & Emily Johnson present "Off Piste in the Northeast", an exhibit that highlights skiing in our region with photos, video, and narration in an exhibit at Castlerock Pub in Warren -- that's at 7 p.m. and it's free.
PARADE & FIREWORKS
At Mount Snow -- there's a torchlight parade and fireworks extravaganza tonight. That's in the main base area at 5:30 until 8 p.m. The best place to watch is between the Clocktower and the Cape House.
In Burlington, FrostFest continues at ECHO. You can bury a moose in paper snowflakes, investigate frost and ice, and make catapults to fling snowballs indoors. That's from 10 to 5 Sunday and Monday.
'Ticket to Ride' - The latest installment of Warren Miller's legendary film series transports skiers and riders to the world's most daunting peaks. That's at 7 p.m. at Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center in Stowe. It costs $12.