A Saturn Almanac
Saturn hovers near the Libra-Virgo border throughout its 2012-2013 apparition. That makes it reasonably well placed for telescopic viewing through July or early August.
In addition to the rings, Saturn's moons are always fun to watch. But aside from 8th-magnitude Titan, which is visible even in binoculars, all of Saturn's moons are relatively faint, and they're easy to confuse with stars. So you really need a good chart or computer tool to tell you which moons are where at any given moment.
For more information, see our Observing Guide to Saturn.