On Monday the 25th, the thin crescent will lie to the lower right of brilliant Jupiter, which shines at magnitude 1.9. Check them again the following night and the Moon now just a tad thicker will be to Jupiter's lower left. Use binoculars to look 3° to the lower right of Jupiter, where you'll find Alpha Librae, a wide double star.
As the Moon moves beyond Jupiter, it nears the bright star Antares. At dusk on the 27th, the ruddy star will be to the Moon's upper right. The following evening, the fat crescent lies well to the star's left. Antares is the brightest star in Scorpius. As the celestial Scorpion draws close to exiting the evening sky, it's another clear sign that winter is on its way.