The Aurora Chamber of Commerce is moving from its second-floor quarters in the Aurora Farms Premium Outlets management area to a Mario's International property on the northwest corner of Routes 306 and 82.

"We're excited to an-nounce our move to a century home," said Executive Director Jennifer Natale.

Natale said the new offices will feature first-floor access and front-door parking. There will be a spacious conference room with kitchen facilities and a front porch and patio.

"It will be exceptional for hosting business events," she explained.

The new offices are in the former home of Seabury Ford, who Natale said died 10 years ago at 100 years old. He was an influential figure in town and practiced law into his 90s in Ravenna.

The Chamber will make the move in mid-July and plans to have an open house Aug. 23 from 5 to 8 p.m. with food, beverages and music provided by students of the Aurora School of Music.

Natale is asking that all reservations for the open house be in by Aug. 20.