Trying to "shoot the moon" with a point and shoot camera is probably an exercise in futility. Besides, it was way too cold to be standing outside snapping photos.
I got a few interesting shots, but nothing really crisp and certainly nothing with any definition. I learned that hand-holding even a tiny point and shoot in such low light situations will undoubtedly result in blur - in most of my photos, the moon was quite misshapen.
I played around a lot in Photoshop with some of my noisy photos and found that by greatly increasing the saturation, I could get this artistic interpretation of what we all saw on Saturday night. Looks like a good background for an art journal page.