The American Meteor Society's website gives a list of dates and approximate times of when meteor showers are visible. For example, Northern Taurids is viewable on November 11 and 12 at peak night in 2015 through 2025.
AMSMeteors.org also gives the dates of when meteor showers are active. Visitors can learn the radiant, zenith hourly rate, velocity and parent object of each meteor shower. The website also lists the moon phases of the meteor showers, as sometimes when the moon is more than half illuminated, the meteor showers become hard to see. AMSMeteors.org notes that the meteor showers it lists are best seen after midnight.