Halloween is over, Mariah Carey is defrosting, and the holiday season is almost here.

Just kidding. I'm no Grinch, but I firmly believe that Christmas celebrations should wait until after Thanksgiving is over (my 89-year-old Catholic grandmother won't even put her tree up until Christmas Eve).

Still, I don't think there's anything wrong with a little holiday planning. And if you're looking for something to do this winter, you might want to head to Loveland.

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The Rialto Theater Center announced its 2021 holiday cinema screenings on Thursday (Nov. 4), and the line-up is pretty awesome. Check out what's playing:

Get Excited: The Rialto Announced Its 2021 Holiday Movie Line-Up

According to a press release, each screening happens "in the beautifully restored 1920s theater and [is] shown using the theater's digital cinema projection system."

Tickets for the holiday screenings are $9, with the ticketing fee included. Each film starts at 7 p.m., and tickets are sold on a first-come, first-serve basis. You can purchase your tickets from 12:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. every Tuesday through Friday at the Rialto Theater Center's box office (228 E. 4th St.) in Loveland.

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Learn more about the Rialto Theater Center and its holiday screening schedule online here or by calling (970) 962-2120.

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Ready to start listening to Christmas music (after Thanksgiving, of course...kidding)? Check out our list of the best country Christmas songs of all time in the gallery below.

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This list of the top country Christmas songs was compiled by blending staff opinion, reader feedback and airplay and sales data.

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