Due to the non-central nature of the force on a solar sail, there exist equilibrium points of the equations of motion out of the ecliptic plane in the Sun-Earth-Sail circular restricted 3-body problem, in contrast with the classical Lagrange points. Analogous to the halo orbits, we construct large amplitude periodic orbits about these equilibria. By timing the period of the orbit we may negate the seasonal effects of the variation in the Earths axis of rotation, and thus the sails position when viewed from the pole subtends a much smaller angle (around 8 deg rather than 46 deg). These orbits are of practical interest with regards to communication with, and constant imaging of, the poles. In addition, we consider some control issues based on small variations in the sail's orientation. We design an optimal controller which minimizes a cost function, and then discuss the benefits of assigning the eigenvalues using single variable control. We show some novel methods for describing periodic orbits using control.