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Silke Tyler takes up spiritual nourishment
Clarksville NOW 9/12/2016
CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. — Silke Tyler has long been known for bringing forth scrumptious German baked goods at her College Street business, Silke’s Old World Breads, Bakery and Café. She calls this a “heart-centered business” with a focus on nurturing customers.
Silke Tyler helping Clarksville with more than bread
The Leaf Chronicle 9/20/2016
Few people know careers that go back to their childhood and something they knew they were destined to do. It has taken years of hard work, endless energy, classwork, and training,
Watercolor classes made fun at Silke’s
Clarksville NOW May 2015
CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – Silke Tyler, who is the owner of Silke’s Old World Breads Bakery and Café, has been painting in watercolor for 26 years and has recently begun teaching classes to the public at her café after operating hours.
Reducing stress with reiki
The Leaf Chronicle 2/14/2015
Is the Japanese technique or method of healing called reiki for everybody? No, but it could be. Used as a way to reduce stress and promote healing within the body, its effectiveness
Winter is the time for watercolor classes
Clarksville NOW Feb. 2015
CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – Cabin fever is catching among the weather-bound of Clarksville, but there’s nothing like a new class to get invigorated. Silke Tyler promises her new series of watercolor classes will be fun-filled.
Clarksville bakery owner finally displays her artwork
The Leaf Chronicle 10/15/2014
CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – Silke Tyler has built a solid reputation in Clarksville for providing delicious German food through her prominent local business, Silke’s Old World Breads. But now she’s taken the step into exhibiting
“The New Domesticity” gains local followers
Clarksville NOW 2014
Silke Tyler, who operates Silke’s Old World Breads and Bakery, does more than bake delicious bread. At her home she grows her family’s produce year-round and cans it. She also makes various household goods, including