I was probably in classes at Su Espacio my second or third week in Atenas and have been ever since. At first it was more of a community center with lots of multiple activities and a channel for college student volunteers from around the world. There were dance classes and language classes every day, all day, a very active and alive place. When they lost their lease on the larger building they (David & Corinna) had to downsize to just language classes, mostly Spanish for expats.
In those first two years I participated in a lot there, including an art festival, school fundraiser, Angel Tree, and I donated most of my artwork collection and display photos for a silent auction that did not bring as much money as I thought it should have, but it helped me downsize! 🙂 Now they are more like family to me.