The Resilient Path: Transforming Fear Into Love

  • Eileen Fisher LifeWork Eileen Fisher LifeWork
  • 50 S Buckhout St #102, Irvington, NY 10533
  • Jun 15, 2019 (1 day)
  • $350.00 - Attend in person, The Resilient Path: Transforming Fear Into Love, June 15, 2019

Venue Highlights

The Eileen Fisher Learning Lab in Irvington hosts most of the Eileen Fisher LifeWork events. The Learning Lab is located in the Trent Building. Use the building’s East Main Entrance on South Buckhout Street, at the intersection with Station Road. Look for a large light-green door with a black awning. Once inside, the Learning Lab will be straight ahead of you.


There are many hotels and B&B options in the area. Listings can be found at several websites above.

The closest hotels, Doubletree and Tarrytown House, are less than 10 min away by car (about a 30-40 min walk). Workshop participants can contact us by email to receive discount information for local hotels.

455 S Broadway, Tarrytown, NY 10591
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Tarrytown House
49 E Sunnyside Lane, Tarrytown, NY 10591
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Marriott Courtyard Tarrytown Greenburgh
475 White Plains Road, Tarrytown, NY 10591
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Sheraton Tarrytown Hotel
600 White Plains Rd, Tarrytown, NY 10591
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Irvington New York is located in Westchester County just outside New York City and is accessible via a variety of transportation options.

By Car
Parking: 6-hour street parking is available on South Buckhout and the neighboring streets.
For your GPS: 50 S Buckhout St #102, Irvington, NY 10533

By Train
Metro-North Railroad — Hudson line
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Express service between Irvington Station and New York City’s Grand Central Terminal is about 30 minutes. Local rail service is available between other Metro-North commuter stations. Taxis are usually available at the arrival of trains from New York City (see below). On all Metro-North trains on-board fares are subject to a stiff surcharge, so buy your tickets at the station or at the vending machines.

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Long distance connections are available in New York City’s Penn Station and at Metro-North’s Croton-Harmon station. For travelers from the Albany area, AMTRAK service is available to Poughkeepsie, New York (approximately 1-hour train ride). Connect with a Metro-North commuter train to Irvington (approx. 1 1/4 hour ride). Local taxi service is also available (see below).

Walking from the train station
The Learning Lab is walking distance from the Irvington Train Station.

From the station, walk away from the river to the right toward Red Barn Bakery.
Follow South Astor Place up the hill and turn right at the stop sign onto South Buckhout Street.
Walk past YogaWorks on your right to the East Main Entrance of the building, at the intersection with Station Road.

Taxi Service
Tarrytown Taxi Service
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Dobbs Ferry Taxi and Car Service
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By Air
Irvington is accessible via the greater New York Metropolitan area airports: LaGuardia, JFK and Newark International Airports as well as the local-based, Westchester County Airport and Stewart Airport.

Westchester County Airport
240 Airport Road, White Plains
This is the closest airport, about 30 minutes drive. Rental cars are available.

Stewart International Airport
1180 First St, New Windsor, is another alternative to the congestion of the 3 major airports, but at present offers few direct flights.

Newark Liberty International Airport, John F. Kennedy International Airport, LaGuardia Airport:
The three major international airports in the New York City area offer service to just about anywhere. Westchester-based taxi and livery cars offer regular service to and from the three internationals from most areas of the county. New York City yellow cabs will take to you to Westchester in a pinch, but the fares can be exorbitant. If staying at a hotel, ask if your hotel offers shuttle service.

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