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Please read the Piano Forum FAQ for more details. Also, read the piano FAQ for common questions on pianos Please don't ask us to place a value on your piano as an on site inspection is required. Contact you local piano tuner who will be more than happy to help.
If no-one you know (or their kids) are having lessons, then ask at a local music shop; the staff there will know the local teachers and may have a good idea of who will suit you.
There are usually musicians at the local church - specifically the organist - who might be able to recommend someone.
Finally, there are telephone books - Yellow Pages and so on - where teachers are listed. Go for someone whose qualifications are listed, although qualifications don't necessarily make a good teacher. Ask for a trial lesson; it's a one-to-one relationship and as I said, it's very important that you like eachother.
Most importantly - have fun! It shouldn't be a trial. It can be hard to begin with and then light
dawns. As long as you practise, you'll do well!