1980’s. A new club arrives to take over as the era of the Sandpiper ends. Named the Pavilion it changes the cornerstone of the community. A box like structure
1970’s. The Tea Dance had grown, and become the place to be on Fire Island, and with that the Pines became a destination. Disco music had taken over. Many from
1960’s. In spite of promoting itself as a family community, the proximity to Cherry Grove, and the beauty of the generous landscape was luring many from NYC .
Joyce Reich 1932-2016 Joyce S. Schick of Patchogue, NY passed away quietly in her sleep on April 7th, 2016. She is survived by Walter Reich, her loving husband of
DJ Lina Bradford Lina Bradford was born and raised in New York City, across the street from famed Carnegie Hall on the Upper West Side. She identified as Trans
2014 Photography by Robert Zash, Dennis Lageron, Gustavo Monroy, Duane Reed.
2013. In planning the new Pavilion plans were being made for the entire properties. Designed by HWKN architects the plans called for a futuristic modern feeling. Not exactly a beach
Winter in the Pines. Every season in the Pines has its own beauty.
Pepper Fee. Growing up Pines. 1968. Pepper Fee: We moved to Sayville from NJ when I was 4 in 1968, and we would go to the then public beach at
Bill Riordan and Angelo Bosica… A love story. In the 1950’s drug stores not only filled your prescription, but there was usually a food counter, ice cream and coffee.
The Pavilion Est.1980-2006 The Pavilion was built in 1980 on a site of much history. The site originally held a model home for new buyers in the
Fashion of the Pines 1970’s The 70’s arrive with a fashion show at the Sandpiper with groovy new styles.