Wisconsin Changed My Life: Oscar Herrera Author Visit

When: 
Thursday, August 11, 2022 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Where: 
Oregon Area Senior Center, 219 Park St

A learning event for adults. Registration required. This is a hybrid event. Participate online or in-person at Oregon Area Senior Center at 219 Park St. For those participating online, you will be emailed login information before the event.

Meet the author of Wisconsin Changed My Life!. Written by Oscar Herrera, the first Hispanic to serve as head of a state department in Wisconsin, the book is a fascinating journey of an ordinary man achieving extraordinary results in all facets of life. Oscar was set on a path toward success in his native Mexico when a chance encounter threw him a curve which he eventually embraced. Come hear his chronicle of triumphs and setbacks which appeal to anyone looking for motivation to live their lives with passion and achievement.

Throughout the chronicles are accounts of triumphs and setbacks that appeal to any reader looking for motivation to live their lives with passion and achievement. Follow along on this inspirational memoir and work your way to your own unique fate.

Attend online or in person to hear the talk. Attend in person to buy a signed copy of the book and meet the author.

If you have questions or need special accommodations at events contact Kara at (608) 835-6268 or kripley@oregonlibrary.org.

Oscar pictured next to his book Wisconsin Changed My Life