Next Tuesday 28 November 2006, the planet Uranus will be within about 1-3 degree of the Moon (56% illumination), making it very easy to locate in binoculars.
Uranus's magnitude will be about 5.8, and it will lie within the field-of-view of a pair of 10x50 binoculars centred on the Moon. Lambda Aquarii - mag. 3.7 - will also lie within the FOV.
You'll have to check with Heavens Above (or appropriate software like Starry Night) for local details, as the Moon's exact position in relation to Uranus will be changing by the hour.