A view from above the 2013 gb.tc Tech Nite inside the Lexington Market.
Yes, this year’s tech event for adults is being held at a children’s museum.
While previous Tech Nights have traditionally been held at the Baltimore Convention Center, last year’s event — the first since WhoGlue founder Jason Hardebeck was installed as gb.tc executive director in late 2011 — was held at Lexington Market in West Baltimore.
“I think we could have done it in Lexington Market again, but we liked the idea of doing it in some place unexpected and new,” said gb.tc’s Sharon Paley.
Tech Night 2013 tickets are $60 through Nov. 4.
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