The meteor shower has been ongoing since mid-July. It hits its peak activity this Monday and will continue through until Wednesday. There should be as many as 80 shooting stars streaking across the night sky every hour.
It will be a little harder to see the light show this year. Because it's happening with a Supermoon, there will be 30% more light from the moon and that will make the meteors less visible, but the Perseids have bright meteors, so it will not be a complete washout.
Still, the two events together make this a good few days to spend some time outside at night, Look in the constellation Perseus, which is in the northeastern portion of the sky for your best chance at finding a shooting star. And don't forget to make a wish.
The moon's closeness isn't just something to look up for. It also brings extra high and low tides, which make it a great time for beachcombing.