Get ready for a duel, Sunday afternoon, Feb. 11. No, not the shoot ‘em up kind but the jazz ‘em up kind. The Western Arts Association presents Dueling Fun Pianos, a 176 Keys Fun Pianos show based in Loup City, Neb. The show roster will pit any two of a five-member professional piano entertainment staff to a keyboard duel. The show starts at 3 p.m. central at the Cultural Arts Center, on the campus of Colby Community College. Admission is by WPAA season ticket or adults $20 and students $10 at the door. Major funding for the program comes from The Greater Northwest Kansas Community Foundation-Dane Hansen Community Grant for Thomas County and the Dane G. Hansen Foundation. The duelers have rocked out at rowdy fraternities and bachelor parties, kept the kids involved and parents, and delivered at over a thousand memorable office parties all across the country. They involve the audience, makingtheirs the perfect show for college student icebreakers, town festivals, fundraisers, corporate team-building events and weddings. People of all ages enjoy the show. Recently the Tri Valley Medical Foundation, Cambridge, Neb., hosted the dueling pianos show. Jamie Vontz wrote, “It went so great! I cannot thank you guys enough for the coordination of things—it ran super smooth. I have so many people stopping me to let me know what a great time they had on New Year’s Eve. They can’t get over the talent of the piano players.” Visit www.FunPianos.com.