I live about 10 miles south of Noq and we have had freezing ice/rain since last night and just winding down now. I was on the lake Saturday and there was only a few inches of snow. With temps expected in the mid/high 30's for the next few days it may be one sloppy/slippery surface. Although I think you will have that same thing on any of the lakes in southern Marinette county this weekend.
On a good note there is 17 to 20" of ice everywhere and travel is easy. Saturday is the ice jamboree out of Timberline on the south side of the lake. Always a good turn out. One thing I heard about is besides the regular ice derby they are having a "Shoot Out". My understanding (which may be wrong) is they have a 100 holes pre-drilled, $50 a hole and you fish your one randomly drawn hole from 9am till noon, winners split 50/50 with a charity.
Fishing has been tough the last month, based on my own catches and a number of friends that have shantys out there. Snake northerns and some bass in the shallower water over weeds should give your kids a few tip ups to run for.