In the early 1900s, Longmont’s economic growth relied largely upon agriculture, and its prosperity would not have been possible without the hard work of Spanish-speaking men, women, and children. This tour explores Longmont’s Latino neighborhoods and heritage—from schools and dances to restaurants and celebrations—and honors some of the many sacrifices, challenges and successes experienced by this remarkable community. This Latino History tour was created with the help of Layra Nicli, who narrated in both Spanish and English, Linda Arroyo-Holmstrom, Esther Blazón, Marjorie K. McIntosh, and Ron Quintana. Visit longmontcolorado.gov/virtualtours to access these tours from your smartphone or computer and explore Longmont's history! In addition to our guided summer walking tours, select tours are now available year-round, in a handy mobile app. Visit longmontcolorado.gov/virtualtours for historic photographs, text, and audio recordings that walk you through different aspects of Longmont’s rich history. Text and audio are provided in both English and Spanish. These virtual tours are free, don’t require a download, and can be enjoyed both in and outside of your home. Visit longmontcolorado.gov/virtualtours to access these tours from your smartphone or computer and explore Longmont's history!