Leonids Meteors: Be sure to keep an eye out for Leonid Meteors, they are starting to slowly increase until their peak near the 17th of November. Peak Meteor rates should be within the 15 per hour range. Mark your Calender for November 17, as the Moon won't interfere, unlike the eariler Orionids.
December 1 conjunction: Check out Jupiter and Venus getting closer and closer to each other over the next 25 days, until the moon reaches crescent stage again and the heavenly meeting takes place.
ISS passings: Starting Friday morning, the International Space station will be making visible passes over the continetal United States. Check out the Satellite Tracker to the left of the Page, for local Flybys times, and directions to look.
Jupiters Moons: Pick up some binoculars and check out Jupiter's four visible moons, they should be visible through binoculars, if you have steady hands. If your up early check out Saturn's Moon Titan, and The rings that are slowly disapearing.