GIERing up After the Holidays

Gearing Up For The Holidays is CANCELLED for tomorrow, Saturday December 9th.

Some of the attendees and speakers will be traveling from areas where snow is predicted to be very heavy and we want everyone to be safe!

We will be rescheduling GIERing Up After The Holidays on Sunday January 14, 1:00-4:00 and you will be receiving more information about that in the coming weeks.

If you told anyone about tomorrow’s program, please let them know it has been cancelled.

Stay warm and safe!
Bernice & Bob

GIERing Up After The Holidays
has been rescheduled to
Sunday January 14th 1-4:00

Cat looking at snow covered backyard

Photo by Bob Szita

Stay warm, stay safe and
watch the snow from inside!
We’ll keep you posted.

Our Next Bereavement Group Meets – January 5th

Just a reminder that The Mourning After group will be meeting on
Friday, January 5, 2018 from 11:30 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. at
Center Playhouse, 35 South Street, Freehold, NJ.
For more information or details contact us at
732-577-1076 or email

(mostly) TRUE THINGS Holiday Edition

Mostly True Things Holiday Edition

Bernice will be one of 4 story tellers sharing an exciting but terrifying holiday experience she had with Bob.

(mostly) TRUE THINGS is a game wrapped in a storytelling show with a side of music. Four terrific multigenerational storytellers tell true stories about the holidays from their own lives. Three of those stories include little white lies woven into the narrative – details you have to listen closely to detect. The audience gets to interview the storytellers, then votes for the person they think told it straight. Winners get a prize.
With songs written for the show by host/creator Jude Treder-Wolff and composer Wells Hanley. There is some improv involved. A fun event with a lot of heart for the whole family.

Click Here for more information and tickets

GIERS Mission
To provide services to assist individuals, families, and organizations recovering from a wide range of losses. Using a variety of therapeutic modalities including creative arts and action techniques, these services will include education and counseling that will help develop coping skills to facilitate a successful transition toward a healthy recovery. GIERS will also educate and train helping professionals and other community members to understand and aid people experiencing grief.