Skiing and snowboarding look like some pretty awesome sports - although I've never tried either one. Aside from looking like a bunch of fun, they also seem like they're kind of expensive. All the clothing. All the gear. The cost of tickets to get out on the mountain. It's a bit more money and effort than I'm willing to put into my casual sports and hobbies. But I do like watching the pros do their skiers and snowboarders in the Olympics and X Games. It's pretty amazing how they can defy gravity and pull off some ridiculous tricks.

If you want to see some amazing snowboarding and skiing - coupled with some seriously extreme situations - make plans to head to Ogren Park on September 25 for the showing of Teton Gravity Research's new film Stoke the Fire.

It kind of gets your heart pumping a little bit after watching the preview, doesn't it? You'll get all the excitement of the movie on the big screen - and you can even view it from on the field at Ogren Park. General admission tickets will get you in but there's a couple options where you can reserve an on-field square for four or eight people. A VIP experience is also available and includes seats around a fire pit, beers, custom YETI Ramblers, and access to a Q&A session.

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General admission tickets are available for as little as $15 - check out the different price options below.

Stoke the Fire showing at Ogren Park
September 25 | Gates at 6 PM | Film at 7:00 PM

5 and Under = FREE
15 and Under = $10
General Admission = $15
10x10 on-field square for up to 4 people = $55
20x10 on-field square for up to 8 people = $100

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