The First Quarter Moon appears near the planet Mars high in the western sky after sunset on Tuesday March 28, 2023. These will make excellent targets for sidewalk astronomy with a telescope or binoculars.
The conjunction will be visible until about 1:00 AM, when Mars sets.
The Moon and Mars will appear a bit over 6° from each other; the Sky Almanac from astropixels.com says 2.3°, but I couldn’t find anywhere on the planet where they were that close…
Image from Stellarium shows the sky at 9:30 PM (Eastern) from Clinton Township, Michigan. (Note: Moon is scaled 4X)