An excellent programme of social functions will be put together for the Working Week that promises delegates and their partners a tantalizing taste of some of the great locations, cuisine and performance art of Orlando, Florida, USA.

Welcome Reception

Date: Sunday 28 May 2023
Time: 18:00-20:00
Dresscode: Casual
Location:  Signature Island, Signia by Hilton Bonnet Creek / Waldorf Astoria
Fee: Included in registration fee

Working Week Dinner: American Evening

Date: Wednesday 31 May 2023
Time: 19:00-23:00
Dresscode: Festive
Location: Mango’s Tropical Cafe, Orlando 8126 International Drive, Orlando, FL 32819
Fee: 145 USD

Shuttle buses to and from the dinner venue – starting at 5:45pm and until 6:45pm and return starting at 9:30pm and the last bus at 10:30pm NOTE: It is possible to stay at the dinner venue. At 10:00pm it will open for other guests and attendees can stay and have fun.

Please join us at Mango’s Tropical Café for dinner and a show. FIG Working Week attendees will have exclusive access to the venue. Please join us for cocktails and light hors de oeuvres, followed by a three-course dinner. While you are enjoying your cocktails, we encourage you to walk around the venue and discover the largest collection of Haitian art in the world; Each piece of art tells a story and has a purpose. All of the art around the venue, including the art that covers the bars, was hand selected by Mango’s owner David Wallack. Each piece of art tells a story and has a purpose. During dinner, plan to be entertained by a full 90-minute show featuring a 9-piece band, DJ, and performances by some names known worldwide: Michael Jackson, Jennifer Lopez, and many more!

You can register for the Dinner via the registration form for the Working Week. In case you have problems with your registration, please contact:

NSPS PAC and FIG Foundation Golf Outing

Date: Friday 2 June 2023
Time: 8:00
Location: Waldorf Golf Course, Waldorf Astoria Orlando
Fee: 100 USD per player or 400 USD per 4 player team (9 holes)
150 USD per player or 600 USD per 4 player team (18 holes)
Details: 9 or 18 holes

Visually stunning and immensely playable, the golf course is enhanced by natural elements like majestic cypress trees lining the fairways and features a five-tee system to accommodate golfers of every caliber.

Using the land’s natural contours as a canvas and a fertile imagination as a palette, this meticulously designed course was created by acclaimed golf course architect Rees Jones. Our masterpiece pulls in elements from several of the world’s classic courses – some designed a century ago. The layout ingeniously blends its traditional character with endless subtleties for a challenging experience. Mindful of the natural elements and in homage to the game’s storied history, Jones created a golf course of great integrity and environmental consciousness that seamlessly folds into the terrain, so it appears to have been here forever.

Come and join us for a relaxing and fun game of golf in these amazing surroundings. After a long week of sessions, discussions and being inside, it is time to get out...

If you would like to play golf, please email

NSPS PAC Cornhole Event

Date: Thursday 1 June 2023
Time: 16:00
Location:  Hilton Bonnet Creek / Waldorf Astoria Grounds
Fee: 25 USD per player or 50 USD per 2 person team
(Single players will be paired with other single players)

Details: Light reception and drinks will be provided during event.  Each player will receive a “Swag Bag”.

You can register for the Golf Outing via the registration form for the Working Week. In case you have problems with your registration, please contact

If you want to solely register for the Cornhole Event without attending the FIG Working Week, please visit this link