I apologize for being late in getting this out, but if you have small telescope and and clear skies today, you can spot Aldebaran, the brightest star in Taurus, get covered by the moon in broad daylight. The occultation will be visible across the U.S., parts of Canada, Central America and Europe.
The moon’s just a thin crescent about thee fists to the left and below the sun, so you’ll need blue, hazeless skies to find it. Once you do, use this table to find the time when the moon’s dark edge will cover the star. I chose Minneapolis as an example. There, you can see the moon blank out the star at 11:24 a.m. and watch it return on the opposite side of the moon (bright crescent edge) at 12:18 p.m. Many cities are listed. If yours is not, just pick the nearest or interpolate between two nearby cities.