Born and raised on the beautiful South Shore of Nova Scotia, Jessica May’s curiosity and desire to “experience it all” has led her into many distant lands, highs/lows, hobbies, friendships, spiritual practices, experiments, etc.
Endowed with her 5 senses (and learning to trust her 6th sense too), she is pretty much a ‘dancing flame of song’ that longs to Know and be Known, and grow beyond the perceived restraints that try and keep her from exploring all of Life.
Jessica thinks “titles and labels” are helpful and very useful at times, but often they leave one feeling boxed-in and truly unknown beyond the surface of our skin or skill-sets. Because she believes we are all so much more than these headlines we take for ourselves and give to each other, she is much more interested in what comprises one with strength of character and integrity, what makes a heart skip a beat or burst into laughter, what brings one to a state of wonder and awe, and how one approaches the pains of one’s own life and the lives of others.
Wrestling with more questions than answers and navigating through life’s ever-changing tides, this delight of a woman (who also happens to enjoy fine dinners out, with dashingly fine men who know the value of honouring the feminine qualities she possesses – hint hint, she’s single) is certainly; one of kind. 
You can get a taste of some of her creative expression  https://www.facebook.com/Jessica-Uhlman-Fine-Art-1410997039196589/
Troy Merrick is a  professional wrestler living in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
He’s been in that industry for 13 years and has wrestled throughout Canada, The United States, and the UK.
In recent years, Troy has been dealing with a worsening depressive state and paranoia, but actively tries to promote health and wellness, as well as a positive mental attitude.
Check him out @troymerrick902

Jessica Lynn Wiebe is a Halifax based interdisciplinary artist.

A former artillery soldier in the Canadian military, her artwork investigates the mechanisms of war, including the complex politics around gender, economy, the architecture of war, and the human condition.

Through the use of various media, she makes work that creates dialogue by engaging and challenging deeply held beliefs and emotions about the military and war.

Currently, she is a participant of the Canadian Forces Artist Program (CFAP) 2018-2019 through the Canadian War Museum (CWM) in Ottawa.

Check her out at @jessicalynnwiebe

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Keonté Beals, 22 years old is a multi-award winning artist including awards such as Music Nova Scotia’s Inspirational Recording of the Year 2016, multiple ANSMA awards & 2 ECMA nominations.

Born and raised in North Preston Nova Scotia, Keonté started singing, dancing & performing at the age of 7. Since finding a passion in entertainment, at the age of 16 Keonté had his first solo in his home church Saint Thomas Baptist Church in North Preston, NS. This particular solo opened up many opportunities to sing at other churches and charity events all around Halifax.

These opportunities generated great buzz about the young singer.

Keonté’s style and energy have often been compared to Anthony Hamilton and Michael Jackson. This soul singer’s voice breaks generation boundaries!

With his smooth R&B vocals, high energy moves & killer band he consistently leaves audiences filled with high energy and electrifying vibes.

Keonté is currently working on his first full-length album set to release in the fall of 2019.

He continues to bring forth incredible vocals, introducing a new sound to the East Coast’s music scene.

Check him out @KeonteBeals

Get tickets to his concert on June 8th, 2019.

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