Get Ready to Trade In Your Shades! Hallmark's Christmas in July“ ”is Back with 2 New Original Movies

Marcus Rosner and Katie Leclerc are among the stars appearing in new Hallmark films during the annual Christmas in July event

<p>Courtesy MarVista Entertainment/Hallmark Media</p> Rachael Leigh Cook in

Courtesy MarVista Entertainment/Hallmark Media

Rachael Leigh Cook in 'Rescuing Christmas'

Time to put away the sunscreen and put on your winter coat, because Christmas is coming a little early this year!

On Friday, May 31, Hallmark unveiled its all-new lineup of festive movies for its 12th annual Christmas in July programming event. In addition to holiday movies all month long, the network unwrapped its plans to treat viewers with two original movie premieres — and new movies every Saturday.

The festivities will commence with a wintery weekend filled with non-stop holiday favorites on June 28 at 8:00 p.m. ET and will lead into a jolly week-long celebration through Monday, July 8 at 2:00 a.m. ET.

<p>Albert Camicioli/Hallmark Media</p> Celeste Desjardins and Marcus Rosner in 'An Ice Palace Romance'

Albert Camicioli/Hallmark Media

Celeste Desjardins and Marcus Rosner in 'An Ice Palace Romance'

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Hallmark will once again give viewers the opportunity to vote for their favorite movies on the Hallmark Movie Checklist app from now through Sunday, June 23. To celebrate 12 years of Christmas in July, fans will be able to win a VIP trip for two to Hallmark's Christmas Experience in Kansas City.

The two new original films joining the lineup for this year's holiday extravaganza are Falling Like Snowflakes and A Very Vermont Christmas.

Falling Like Snowflakes, starring Rebecca Dalton (Christmas by Design) and Marcus Rosner (An Ice Palace Romance), will premiere on June 29. According to the official synopsis, the movie will tell the story of a photographer (Dalton) "determined to complete her exhibit by capturing a rare photo of a 12-sided snowflake, enlists the help of a childhood friend (Rosner) and they go on a mission they’ll never forget."

<p>Marcus Lautenbach/Hallmark Media</p> Marcus Rosner and Rebecca Dalton in 'Falling Like Snowflakes'

Marcus Lautenbach/Hallmark Media

Marcus Rosner and Rebecca Dalton in 'Falling Like Snowflakes'

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Premiering on July 20, A Very Vermont Christmas will star Katie Leclerc (Switched at Birth) and Ryan McPartlin (Chuck). Per the network's synopsis, "a local champion skier (Leclerc) and Vermont brew master (McPartlin) teams up with an unlikely match to create a seasonal microbrew, in order to save her family’s business by Christmas."

In addition to the two films, fans subscribed to the network's streaming service, Hallmark Movies Now, will be able to watch a brand new film titled Operation Nutcracker. Starring Ashley Newbrough (A Merry Christmas Match) and Christopher Russell (Love In The Forecast), the movie will premiere on July 1.

"When an antique nutcracker set to be auctioned at the Warby family Christmas charity goes missing, a demanding event planner (Newbrough) and the heir to the Warby dynasty (Russell) try to track it down," the official synopsis reads.

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This year's Christmas in July will also include the return of Rescuing ChristmasAn Ice Palace Romance and Three Wise Men and a Baby: Extended Cut.

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