Welcome to Great Island at the Pinehills! We are a community of 600 homes, specially designed for active adults who are 55 and older. Our website is your one-stop-shop for all things Great Island. Here, you will find information about our neighborhood, clubs, activities, rules and regulations, and the resources available to our residents in our clubhouse.
As part of the larger Pinehills community, our residents have access to a wide range of amenities including miles of walking trails, tennis and bocce courts, exercise rooms, pools, ponds and golf. There are at least a dozen golf courses within a 30-40 minutes drive and two right across the street. All of these are set in an idyllic woodland retreat, making Great Island the perfect place for active adults to call home.
Whether you're a current resident or considering joining our community, our website is the best source of news, information, and resources for the residents of Great Island. Please take the time to explore our website and discover all that Great Island has to offer. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact us. We look forward to welcoming you to Great Island.
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Latest News

Pool and Jacuzzi Closing
Posted on Jul 22nd, 2024
The pool will be open to residents starting 5:30 am Tuesday July 23.
We anticipate the spa will become available later in the week. 
It has been refinished but we need to wait a bit before it can be filled, chemicals added, and water balanced. Another email will be sent when the spa will be available.
Board of Directors Elections
Posted on Jul 17th, 2024
The nomination period for the upcoming Board of Directors elections begins July 22 (Monday) and ends August 5.
There are now three positions open. Two are for full three year terms, and one is for two years.
For more information, please see the notice from Barkan Management. A nomination form is available.
Book Donations Mail Room Library
Posted on Jul 9th, 2024
Thank you for your book donations to the Mail Room Library. We receive 10 to 30 books each day. Recently we have gotten a significant number of books that were water damaged, moldy or twenty-plus years old. 

Please do not donate books in this condition. They can be placed in your recycle bin (with the cover removed) or the recycle bins at the Plymouth or Manomet branch libraries.

Thank you,
The Library Ladies
Sign out Sheet: Remote for Heat/Ac Units in Ballroom
Posted on Jul 9th, 2024
Residents are required to sign out the remote for the Heat/Ac Units in the Ballroom when they use it.
There is a form on the inside of the cabinet door where the remote is located.
Items for Free, Wanted, or for Sale
Posted on Jun 12th, 2024
These items can now be posted - with pre-approval by the Lifestyle Director - on the smaller bulletin board that has been put up in the mailroom at the Clubhouse. Size limitations for postings are 5 x 7 and time limit is 30 days.
Anything that is not pre-approved, larger than 5 x 7, or past 30 days will be removed.
There is also a Classifieds page on this website, under the Resident Info menu.

Upcoming Events

Friday, July 5th to Friday, August 2nd, 7:00-10:00 at Overlook Clubhouse Ballroom
Sign up Saturday, June 29th at 8:00 am.
Spend a warm summer evening with friends and escape to “Margaritaville”. 
Watercolor Workshops Hosted by Debra Birtwell
Saturday, July 6th to Tuesday, August 13th, 9:45 a.m. to 12:00 noon at Overlook Craft Room
Classes Tuesday, July 23rd from 9:45 a.m. to 12 Noon and Tuesday, August 13th from 9:45 a.m.  to 12 noon
Jimmy Keys - Musical Comedy Entertainer
Sunday, July 7th to Sunday, August 18th
Come listen to musical comedy entertainer Jimmy Keys on Sunday August 18th.  Clubhouse doors open at 6pm for 7pm show. Bring the beverage of your choice and snacks.  $24 per person - checks payable to the Great Island Activities Group.
Sign-up on Saturday May 18th at 9am.
Living Your Best Life with Low Vision
Wednesday, July 17th to Thursday, August 8th, 1:30-3:00pm at Overlook Clubhouse Ballroom
Presented by Dovetail Companies on Thursday August 8th 
Living with low vision impacts all aspects of someone’s life; physically, socially, emotionally, and logistically. We will discuss small changes that will make a major positive impact on the day to day lives of someone living with a low vision diagnosis. Low-Vision resources and specific visual aid recommendations will be provided.
There is no fee to attend. Signup is required. Please sign up at the Overlook Clubhouse if you are interested in attending.