You will have a great time. The mountains are in good shape and should be better by Sunday, with some additional snowfall forecast.
Non Powder day:
Ride the Gondi up and do a couple of high speed laps on Copper and Spar. Hit the east facing terrain in the morning, Dumps, Walshe's or Back of Bell. West facing terrain starting around 1pm, Face of Bell, Glades or Jackpot.
Get to the Gondi by 8am or hike up to 1A(Shadow Mtn) lift if you are late. Hit chair 6(FIS) and the Dumps, Cone or Silver Queen. Then hit Trainor's and Bingo.
Usually better the day after a powder day. Straight to the top and hit Steeplechase and Deep Temerity. The Highland Bowl should be open by 10. The bowl always has something good, but two or three laps are about the most mere mortals can do in a day. Oly bowl and Powder bowl still have good light, late in the day.
Park at Two Creeks or Campground to avoid the village mob scene. Head up to High Alpine first and hit the Wall. Then go up the Big Burn to the Cirque Poma.
Insane park and pipe. Also some easy blacks that hold powder for days.
All three mountains have incredible backcountry access. Be careful the snow pack is very weak this year. When we get a bunch of snow on top of this layer, it's going to be scary.