War MonumentWar Monument in Hopewell (in front of the First Presbyterian Church)

World War I

World War II

“Lest We Forget”

For our fallen comrades who paid the supreme sacrifice

Korean Conflict

(Please see Map for exact location)

Eureka War MemorialEureka War Monument

In memory of the men of this community who gave there lives in

1914 -– 1918

Joseph Govang, Frederick B. Ibbitson, John J. McNaughton, Walter E. Taylor 

1939 –- 1945

Philip Long, Ellis Lyons, Alton H. MacDonald, John E. Sheflin, Frank Worthylake

1950 –- 1953

Hugh D. MacKinnon

(Please see Map for exact location)

Churchville Historical Community Kiosk located at 1054 Irish Mountain Rd. Churchville (next to the Churchville Community Hall)

Churchville Community Kiosk

The Churchville Community Kiosk had its grand opening on Sunday July 15th 2007 at 3 pm. These two plaques were created by local business owner John Ashton. The Kiosk Project is the first of the ERVCDA projects.

(Please see Map for exact location)

kioskThe Eureka Historical Community Kiosk located at 5222 Stellarton Trafalgar Rd. Eureka

The Eureka Community Kiosk had its grand opening on Saturday August 11th 2007 at 2pm. The Kiosk interprets some of Eureka's History. These two plaques were also designed by John Ashton. 

The Kiosk Project is the first of the ERVCDA projects.

(Please see Map for exact location)

zionThe Zion Church Replica

This mini version of the Zion Church was built by Mr. Murry Holley and Mr. Freeman Taylor. It lights up and has a working bell in the belfry. The circlular window in the back of the church is an actual window, from the Zion Presbyterian Church in Eureka, that was cut down to fit the replica.

This is located next to the Eureka Fire Department and Eureka Historical Kiosk.

The Sunny Brae Historical Community Kiosk 

Located at the intersection of East River East Side Rd and East River West Side Rd. in Sunny Brae next to the East River Valley Shared Use Trail.

It was officially open on November 5 2007.

Plaques were designed by John Ashton. 


 The Hopewell Historical Community Kiosk 

located at 4622 Stellarton Trafalgar Rd. Hopewell (next to the Hopewell Presbyterian Church)

Plaques were designed by John Ashton.


Iona Park

This beautiful park is located next to St. Columba Church on the Stellarton Trafalgar Rd. Hopewell. Picnic tables and benches offer a quiet retreat.



Hopewell Links Golf Course

2349 Elgin Rd. Hopewell

A 9-hole GOLF course approx. 1 km from Hopewell.  OPEN DAILY during daylight hours throughout the golfing season . Limited # of pull carts are available however there are no power carts . Do not reserve tee-times . No pets allowed on the course . All golfing done at your own risk. Younger golfers must be with an adult. 

For more information visit https://www.facebook.com/Hopewell-Links-Golf-Course-1184714334906492/

Sunnybrae War Memorial

East River West Side Rd. Sunnybrae

War monument paying tribute to those who fought in WWI and WWII in the Sunnybrae area.