Saturn hasn't quite reached opposition -- that time when it is directly
opposite the Sun in the night sky. That will come in late January.
When it does, as you might expect, Saturn rises at about the same time
as the Sun sets.
But right now Saturn rises around 8:00 p.m. a bit north of due east, and
is easily visible by 9:00. (Low eastern horizons are pretty rare around
here!) Each evening it will rise just a little earlier, as Earth
continues circling the Sun.
This weekend the waning Moon passes near Saturn in the sky from our
perspective on Earth, and it serves as a convenient guidepost to find
the beautiful ringed planet.
Here's a short feature from the JPL Saturn Cassini web site that
includes a chart for finding Saturn relative to the Moon over this
Old Town Astronomers: http://www.otastro.org