On behalf of The Pinehills Landowners Association (PHLOA), welcome to YOUR community website. This site is accessible to you as a resident of The Pinehills. Explore the many features available on the site.
 
The purpose of the website is to allow residents of The Pinehills to quickly and easily find information about the clubs, activities, resources, rules and regulations, and general postings of interest for The Pinehills community. 
 
The administrative offices for the PHLOA are located at 55 Stonebridge Road in the Stonebridge Clubhouse.

Latest News

 
PREPARING FOR THE 2021/2022 SNOW SEASON
 
With the winter months not far away, not is a great time to prepare. Click here for more information.
 

PHLOA Feature Activity

Art Society of the Pinehills Fall Show 
 
Members of the Art Society of The Pinehills along with two Pinehills writing groups have collaborated; the artists and photographers provided works of art and photography which the writers then chose to write stories and poems representative of the artwork.  This collaboration will be on exhibit during the show only.
 
 
Saturday, November 6th 10am-3pm
At the Stonebridge Club and Cabana
 
 

Local Events

Plymouth Antiquarian Society-October Events
Friday, October 1st to Sunday, October 31st
 
 
Founded in 1919, the Plymouth Antiquarian Society is Plymouth’s largest organization dedicated to preserving historic houses and landmarks. We serve as Plymouth’s historical society – the gateway to our community’s post-Pilgrim history.We offer a full calendar of special events and programs on local history and encourage community engagement with the past. With over 400 active members, we invite anyone with an interest in our mission to join us. Click here to view upcoming events.
Living Observatory Fall Newsletter
Wednesday, October 6th to Wednesday, October 27th
 
In collaboration with the MIT Media Lab's Responsive Environments Group, LO provides live footage of two breathtaking and lively corners of Mass Audubon’s Tidmarsh Wildlife Sanctuary. Throughout the COVID years, connection to our wild spaces have been more essential to our peace of mind than ever. Living Observatory’s Live Cams are a highly accessible portal into a serene, yet lively and thriving, restored wetland. Click here for more information.