Museum Interpreter and Volunteer Coordinator
The Bolton’s bash (for members)
Kaylin has always been told she was born in the wrong century. She would rather climb a tree than play video games, and prefers long skirts and bonnets to shorts and flip flops. So when she heard about an opportunity to work at the National Colonial Farm, she jumped at the chance to go back in time. Currently, she portrays 13 year old Charity Bolton on the National Colonial Farm and works with the school tours. Her favorite part about working on the farm is researching how her character would have lived; who knew colonial children could be so cool!
When Kaylin is not on the farm, she is full time college student in her junior year at Towson University. She takes her classes through College of Southern Maryland’s 2+2 agreement with Towson, and is pursuing degree in Elementary Education. She’s not sure if she’ll teach in the public schools, or continue to make the world her classroom, but either way she knows she wants to teach. She loves to do theatre, and you may have seen her in one of many local community theatre productions. In her spare time, you’ll find her reading, doing one of her many artistic hobbies, volunteering at her church, and spending time with her wonderfully entertaining family.